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Government 
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labour gazette 



VOLUME LXXI 



INDEX 



FOR THE YEAR 



1971 



Minister -WOW. BRYCE MACKASEY Deputy Ministers- J. D. LOVE 

■ „, , ,„ „ ^ BERNARD WILSON 

Editor in Chief -W. S. DRINKWATER 

Editor- JACK E. NUGENT 



1^, Labour Travail 
Canada Canada 



PAGE NUMBERS OF MONTHLY EDITIONS 

Month 

2-76 January 

78-156 February 

158-220 March 

222-292 April 

294-356 May 

358-420 June 

422-512 July 

514-580 August 

582-652 September 

654-712 October 

714-768 November 

770-808 December 



CERTIFICATION AND CONCILIATION PROCEEDINGS 
(See PART II) 



SUPPLEMENTS 

Conciliation Board Reports — Nos. 1-9 
Reasons for Judgment — Nos. 1, 4, 5, 6, 9 



77630—1 
77630— U 



INDEX— PART I 



Absenteeism 

Motor industry — effects of absenteeism more devastating than 
strikes. ITALY: 82. 

Accident Prevention 

B.C. Workmen's Compensation Act: noise hazard and hearing 
protection provisions of Accident Prevention Regulations, 
42. 

Monitoring accident prevention programs — paper prepared 
by W.A. Martin, APAC Branch, Canada Department of 
Labour, 536. 

Nfld. Accident Prevention Regulations, 41. 

Ont. Workmen's Compensation Board — corporate symbol for 
use by province's industrial accident prevention associa- 
tions, 8. 

Sask. Accident Prevention Regulations, 41. 

Accidents, Industrial See also Safety 

Cost to Ontario industry $148 million annually — IAPA Genera' 

Manager's report, 359. 
Employment fatalities. Canada: 

in 1970^65; third quarter, 111; fourth quarter, 317. 

in 1971 — first quarter, 525; second quarter, 744. 

Accuracy See Older Workers 

Addison, Ruth, Public Service Commission of Canada 
Retirement, 514. 

Affiliation See also Mergers 

Affiliation of Public Service Alliance of Canada with provincial 
federations of labour, announced by Claude Edwards, 
President, PSAC, at OFL convention, 96. 

Agreements See Collective Labour Agreements; Pensions; 
Wage Increases 

Agriculture 
Seasonal workers from the Caribbean to assist Ontario 
farmers, 363 ; 424. 

Alberni Pulp and Paper Ltd. 

B.C. Mediation Commission Act — first settlement under Act — 
strike between IBEW and Alberni Pulp and Paper mill, 4. 

Alberta Federation of Labour 
Conference, 612. 

Alcoholism 
Alcoholism at work — address, John D. Caldwell, Addiction 
Research Foundation, Toronto, at IAPA conference, 464. 

Alliance for Labor Action 

Report on activities. United States: 229. 

Allied and Technical Workers of the United States and 
Canada, (District 50) International Union of 
Merger with United Steelworkers of America approved, 425. 



Allowances See Benefits; Civilian War Pensions and 
Allowances Act; War Veterans Allowances 

American Federation of Labor-Congress of Industrial 
Organizations 
International Chemical Workers' Union reinstated, 520. 

American Newspaper Guild 

Sex discrimination and women's rights — special conference, 
245. 

Andras, Andy, Director, Legislation and Government Employees' 
Department, Canadian Labour Congress 
Death of, 516. 

Anti-Poverty See Poverty 

Appeal Procedures See Social Assistance 

Apprenticeship 
Alta. Apprenticeship Act: new and revised regulations, 38. 
B.C. Apprenticeship and Tradesmen's Qualifications Act: 

legislative changes in 1969-70, 38. 
Federal labour legislation in 1969-70: Part 4: apprenticeship 

and tradesmen's qualifications, 38. 
Man. Apprenticeship Act: regulations, 39. 
N.B. Industrial Training and Certification Act: regulations, 40. 
N.S. Apprenticeship and Tradesmen's Qualifications Act: 

amendments, 40. 
Ont. Apprenticeship and Tradesmen's Qualifications Act: 

new regulations, 39. 

Arbitration See also Canadian Railway Office of Arbitra- 
tion 

Federal labour legislation enacted in 1969-70, 176. 

Ont. Hospital Labour Disputes Arbitration Act — study by 

provincial Department of Labour on impact of the Act in 

Ontario hospitals, 321. 

Archer, David, President, Ontario Federation of Labour 
Named to Board of Governors, York University, 771. 

Archibald, A. Gordon, President, Canadian Chamber of 
Commerce 
Address, 41st annual convention, CCC, 92. 
Presents 1970 annual brief to federal Government, 175. 

Armed Forces 
Labour Unions in the Armed Forces — article, K.R. Robinson, 
Director, Public Relations, PSAC, 159. 

Assistance See Federal Assistance; Social Assistance 

Assistance Programs See Displaced Workers 

Association of Flin Flon Trades Unions 

Flin Flon strike — agreement between Association and Hudson 
Bay Mining and Smelting Co., 588. 

Atlantic Provinces Economic Council 
Meeting, fourth annual, 262. 



INDEX 



Audio- Visual Media See Labour Education 

Auto Workers 

"Continental seniority" clause in agreement between Chrysler 

Corporation and UAW — protection of seniority rights of 

employees transferred because of plant shutdowns in 

Canada or U.S., 717. 
Three major auto companies sign new contracts with UAW. 

Canada: 425. 
Wage freeze agreed to in 18-month extension of former 

contract between Canadian Acme Screw and Gear Ltd., 

Monroe Acme Ltd., and Local 984, 223. 

Automobile Salesmen See Labour Unions 

Automotive Industry 

Absenteeism in motor industry — effects more devastating 

than strikes. Italy: 82. 
Automotive Manufacturing Assistance Regulations extended 

by Department of Industry, Trade and Commerce. Canada: 

590. 

Automotive Manufacturing Assistance Regulations 

Extension of regulations announced by Department of Indus- 
try, Trade and Commerce. Canada : 590. 

Autonomy See Labour Unions 

Awards 

Task, quarterly magazine, Ontario Department of Labour, wins 
award of excellence at conference on Corporate Communi- 
cators Canada, 588. 



B 



Back-to- Work Order 

Labour legislation enacted in 1969-70: policemen and firemen. 
Quebec: 176. 

Bairstow, Mrs. Frances, Director, Industrial Relations Centre, 
McGill University 
Appointment, 718. 

Basford, Hon. Stanley Ronald, federal Minister of Consumer 
and Corporate Affairs 
Extracts from address to meeting of Calgary Family Service 
Agencies, 380. 

Belbin, Dr. Eunice, Director, University College London Indus- 
trial Training Research Unit 
Middle-aged workers — emphasis on accuracy creates retraining 
problems — summary of report on Gerontology. Cambridge. 
Britain: 44. 

Belgium 

Developments in family allowance legislation, 591. 

Benefits 

Canada Pension Plan — increase in benefits, 654. 



Industrial change — assistance program for displaced workers 
in clothing and textile industries — supplementary benefit; 
pre-retirement benefit. Canada: 243. 

Man. Workmen's Compensation Act: revised provisions re 
disability benefits, 36. 

N.S. Workmen's Compensation Act: new regulations govern- 
ing disability benefits, 36. 

Ont. Family Benefits program: amendments, 253; allowance 
for senior citizens increased, 518. 

Sask. Workmen's Compensation Act : new regulations govern- 
ing disability benefits, 36. 

Unemployment insurance benefits — 10 per cent increase 
announced by federal Minister of Finance. Canada: 79. 

Bengough, Percy R., Honorary President, Canadian Labour 
Congress 
Death of, 716. 

Benson, Hon. Edgar, federal Minister of Finance 

Announces 10 per cent increase in unemployment insurance 
benefits, 79. 

Bill of Rights 
Enactment urged by TUC. Britain: 787. 

Blacks 

Conflict, confrontation and social reform — article by Jules 
Oliver, Director, Black United Front, Nova Scotia, 526. 

Blue-Collar Workers 

Proportion of blue-collar workers in workforce by 1980 — 
survey, Department of Labor. United States: 362. 

Boilers 
Canada Boiler and Pressure Vessel Regulations, 41. 

Book Reviews See Publications 

Boucher, Pierre, President, International Federation of Actors 
(FIA) 
First Canadian to hold office of President — 8th international 
convention, Amsterdam. Holland: 7. 

Boyle, Tony, President, United Mineworkers of America 

Removal as trustee of union's Welfare and Retirement Fund 
ordered by U.S. District Court Judge, 520. 

Britain See Subject Headings 

British Columbia Department of Labour 

Chabot, James, Minister of Labour, appointment, 514. 

British Columbia Federation of Labour 
Convention, 15th annual, 94. 

British Columbia Mediation Commission Act 

First settlement under Act— strike between IBEW and Alberni 
Pulp and Paper Ltd. mill. 4. 



INDEX 



B.C. Towboat Owners' Association 

West Coast towboat industry — settlement of disputes between 
Association and Canadian Merchant Service Guild; Sea- 
farers' International Union; Canadian Brotherhood of 
Railway, Transport and General Workers, 86. 

British Post Office See Union of Postal Workers (Britain) 

British Trades Union Congress See Trades Union Congress 
(British) 

Brody, Bernard, Department of Industrial Relations, University 
of Montreal 
Strikes: reluctant instrument in a free enterprise economy, 19. 

Brookbank, Prof. Roy, Department of Commerce, Dalhousie 
University 
Remarks, Joint Labour-Management Conference, Dalhousie 
University, 1 16. 

Brotherhood of Maintenance of Way Employees See Main- 
tenance of Way Employees, Brotherhood of 

Brotherhood of Railway, Airline and Steamship Clerks, 
Freight Handlers, Express and Station Employees See 
Railway, Airline and Steamship Clerks, Freight 
Handlers, Express and Station Employees, Brother- 
hood of 

Brule, Jacques, Quebec Director, Canadian Union of Public 
Employees 
Report, 8th convention, Quebec Council (CUPE), 734. 

Building and Construction Industry See Construction 
Industry 

Buiter, Harm, General Secretary, International Confederation 
of Free Trade Unions 
Resignation, 657. 

Bumping 
Ont. Employment Standards Act: Part IA: termination of 
employment — regulations, 247. 



Canada Council 
Grant to Dr. W. D. Wood, Director, Industrial Relations 
Centre, Queen's University — two-year study of Canadian 
service industries, 4. 

Canada Department of Labour See also Obituaries; Publica- 
tions 

Joint Labour-Management Conference, Dalhousie Univer- 
sity, 116. 

Love, J. D., former Deputy Minister of Labour, appointed 
Deputy Minister, Department of Regional Economic 
Expansion, 586. 

National joint consultation program — Department of Na- 
tional Defence, and Labour-Management Consultation 
Branch, develop comprehensive labour-management rela- 
tions committee system covering all Canadian Forces bases 
and establishments, 315. 

Settlements reached in 1970 by conciliation services of Depart- 
ment — extracts from address by Minister of Labour to 
students at University of Calgary, 226. 

Appointments — 

Harper, Cecil D., Director, Economics and Research 

Branch, 6. 
Wilson, Bernard, Deputy Minister of Labour, 586. 

Retirement — 

Woolner, Evelyn, Assistant Director, Legislative Research 
Branch, 715. 

Canada Department of Labour-University Research Pro- 
gram 
Two studies: Advance Notice in a Plant Shutdown, Professors 
Portis and Suys: Long-run Changes in the Labour Share of 
National Income in Canada, 1926-1966, Pradeep Kumar, 717. 

Canada Labour Code 

Industrial Relations and Disputes Investigation Act replaced 
by Part V of Code, 608, 799. 

Canada Labour (Safety) Code 

Labour legislation in 1969-70: Part 5: application of Code 
advanced substantially, 41. 

Canada Labour (Standards) Code 

Proposed amendments, 378; amendments approved, 590. 



Butler, Peggy, Editor "Task", Ontario Department of Labour 
Pension: reward or right? — article, 448 
The Final Plateau — on retirement, 538, 604. 



Canada Manpower Centres 
Seasonal workers from the Caribbean to assist Ontario 
farmers, 363, 424. 



Canada Pension Plan 
Increase in benefits and contributions, 654. 
White Paper on income security — proposed changes, 91. 



Calura See Corporations and Labour Unions Returns Act 

Canada Assistance Plan 

White Paper on income security — proposed changes: 91. 

Canada Boiler and Pressure Vessel Regulations 
Legislation enacted in 1969-70, 41. 



Canada-United States Agreement on Automotive Products 
Automotive Manufacturing Assistance Regulations extended, 
590. 

Canada-Wide Industrial Pension Plan (CWIPP) 
Non-contributory pension plan for workers in small industries 
and offices, established by CLC, 655. 



INDEX 



Canadian Acme Screw and Gear Ltd. 

Wage freeze — 18-month extension of former contract between 
Company and Local 984, UAW, 223. 

Canadian Brotherhood of Railway, Transport and General 
Workers See Railway, Transport and General Workers, 
Canadian Brotherhood of 

Canadian Chamber of Commerce 
Brief, federal Government (1970), 175. 
Convention, 41st annual, 92. 

Canadian Committee of the Hudson Institute 

Canada in 1985 — report of Committee to Canadian Public 
Relations Society at annual meeting, 736. 

Canadian Construction Association 
Brief, federal Government, 81. 
Convention, labour relations session, 318. 
Establishes Research and Development Foundation, 426. 
Stewart, Robert, elected President, 225; address to Construc- 
tion Association of Nova Scotia, 517. 

Canadian Council of Unions 

Establishment of one, independent Canadian trade union 
movement, objective of CCU — convention report, 589. 

Canadian Council on Social Development 

Men on Relief— work-for-relief concept condemned in report, 
624. 

Canadian Food and Allied Workers 

Convention — remarks of Donald MacDonald, President, 
CLC, on organization within the Canadian labour move- 
ment, 515. 

Union recognition clause unsettled in agreement between 250 
striking fishermen and processing plants. Nova Scotia: 9. 

Canadian Forces See National Defence, Department of 

Canadian International Development Agency 

Assistance in construction of additions to Inter-American 
Institute for Labour Studies at Cuernavaca, Mexico, 223. 

Canadian Labour Congress 

Brief to federal Cabinet, 308; Government's reply, 311. 
Canada-Wide Industrial Pension Plan (CWIPP) — non-contri- 
butory pension plan for workers in small industries and 

offices, 655. 
Inflation and unemployment in Canada; two views — Sir Roy 

Harrod, British economist, 618; Russell Bell, Research 

Director, CLC, 619. 
Inter-American Institute for Labour Studies, Cuernavaca, 

Mexico — announces major additions to campus, 79. 
Kelman, Harry, Production Manager and Art Director, death 

of, 79. 
Labour education school for women sponsored by CLC and 

Quebec Federation of Labour, 226. 



MacDonald, Donald, President — B.C. Federation of Labour — 
address, 15th convention, 94; Canadian Food and Allied 
Workers' convention — remarks on organization within the 
Canadian labour movement, 515; Labour Day message, 583; 
visits campus of Inter-American Institute for Labour 
Studies at Cuernavaca, Mexico, 223. 

Minimum labour rights — drafts charter of, 78. 

Social and Community Programs Department established — 
Jim MacDonald, Director, 6. 

Union-Industries Show — first Canadian show, sponsored by 
Union Label Trades Department, 8. 

White-collar worker — conference on, 384. 

Worker education program in developing countries, 422. 

Canadian Liquid Air Ltd. 

12-hour shifts in two days — schedule of 8 hourly wage earners 
at plant near Sorel, Que., 718. 

Canadian Manufacturers' Association 

Centennial convention — a history of the Association, 661. 
Profit margin of manufacturers in 1971 "lowest on record"— 
A. G. W. Sinclair, President, 426. 

Canadian Merchant Service Guild 
West Coast towboat industry — settlement of dispute between 
B.C. Towboat Owners' Association and Guild, 86. 

Canadian National Railways 

Wilson, W. T. "Bill", head of Personnel and Labour Relations 
Department, retirement, 588. 

Canadian Pacific Railway 

Pension plan improvements, 518. 

Canadian Public Relations Society 

Canada in 1985 — report of Canadian Committee of the 
Hudson Institute, presented at annual meeting of CPRS, 
736. 

Canadian Railway Labour Association 

Brief, federal Cabinet, 458; Government's reply, 460. 
Executive (1971), 224. 

McGregor, W.C.Y., elected chairman, 4; Labour Day mes- 
sage, 585. 

Canadian Railway Office of Arbitration 

Summary of decisions 

Case Nos. Page Case Nos. Page 

203 (Supplementary) 272 264-266 403 

231-232 52 267 477 

233-237 53 268-270 478 

238-239 129 271-272 551 

240-244 130 273-277 552 

245-247 131 278-280 632 

248 132 281-283 633 

249-250 197 284-285 634 

251-253 198 286-287 635 

255 272 288 694 

256-257 333 289-293 695 

258-259 334 294 696 

260-263 402 295 745 



INDEX 



Canadian Union of Postal Workers 

Job security vital issue — convention report, 590. 

Canadian Union of Public Employees 

Generation gap in the labour movement — The coming youth 

revolt in labour, by Gilbert Levine, Research Director, 722. 
Quebec Council, 8th convention, Director's report, 734. 
Women workers in the union movement — bilingual booklet 

published by CUPE, 771. 

Candline, A. C. "Alf", Canada Department of Labour 

Western Canada Regional Supervisor, Labour-Management 
Consultation Branch, death of, 587. 

Caribbean 

Seasonal workers from the Caribbean to assist Ontario 
farmers, 363, 424. 

Carton, Gordon, Ontario Minister of Labour 
Appointment, 360. 

Certification See also Certification and Conciliation 

Proceedings — Part II of Index 
Bill to revise Industrial Relations and Disputes Investigation 

Act, to become Part V, Canada Labour Code — provisions 

of new legislation, 609. 
Jurisdictional dispute — Teamsters Union Local 91 v. Domtar 

Ltd., Trucking Division et al. — application for certification 

before Ontario Labour Relations Board, 127. 
N.B. Industrial Training and Certification Act : regulations, 40. 

Chabot, James, B.C. Minister of Labour 
Appointment, 514. 

Chalfin, Seymour, U.S. Labour Attache to Canada 
Appointment, 358. 

Charitable Donations See Donations 

Chemical Workers' Union, International 
Reinstated in AFL CIO, 520. 

Child Care See Day Care 

Chrysler Corporation 

"Continental seniority" clause in agreement between Corpora- 
tion and UAW protects seniority rights of employees 
transferred because of plant shutdowns in Canada or 
United States, 717. 

Civil Service See Public Service 

Civilian War Pensions and Allowances Act 

Increase in pensions provided under new veterans pensions 
bill — first reading, 361. 

Closed Shop 

Ban on closed shop — provision of new industrial relations bill. 
Britain: 82; passed, 362. 



Clothing Industry 

Industrial change — assistance program for displaced workers 
in clothing industry — supplementary benefit; pre-retirement 
benefit. Canada: 243. 

Collective Bargaining 

A Calendar of Expiring Agreements for all industries excluding 
construction — Canada Department of Labour, 81. 

Bill to revise Industrial Relations and Disputes Investigation 
Act to become Part V, Canada Labour Code — provisions 
of new legislation, 608. 

Collective bargaining under fire — three viewpoints: 

(1) "Strikes: Today's monstrosity, tomorrow's dinosaur." — 
R.P. Riggin, Vice-President, Corporate Relations, 
Noranda Mines Ltd., 14. 

(2) "Strikes: reluctant instrument in a free enterprise 
economy." — Bernard Brody, Department of Industrial 
Relations, University of Montreal, 19. 

(3) "In need of repair but basically sound." — Hon. Bryce 
Mackasey, federal Minister of Labour, 21. 

Hospitals — provisions in major collective agreements in 
Canadian hospitals, 792-795. 

Joint Labour-Management Conference, Dalhousie University 
— address, Prof. Roy Brookbank, Department of Commerce, 
Dalhousie University, 116. 

Labour legislation enacted in 1969-70: Quebec, 176, 177, 183; 
Alberta, 179; Newfoundland, 180-81; Manitoba, 181; 
N.W.T., 183; Ontario, 185. 

N.W.T. Public Service Ordinance, 183. 

N.S. Trade Union Act — Construction Industry Panel estab- 
lished under Labour Relations Board, 241. 

Resolving industrial strife: is there a "better way"? — Ed Finn, 
Research Director, CBRT, 774. 

When firm is sold "collective bargaining contract remains in 
force and is applicable equally" to new employer and to 
negotiating union — decision of NLRB. United States: 11. 

Yukon Public Service Staff Relations Ordinance, 182. 

Collective Labour Agreements See also Collective Bargain- 
ing 

A Calendar of Expiring Agreements, for all industries excluding 
construction Canada Department of Labour, 81. 

Auto workers — three major auto companies sign new contracts 
with UAW. Canada: 425. 

Bill to revise Industrial Relations and Disputes Investigation 
Act to become Part V, Canada Labour Code — provisions 
of new legislation, 610. 

B.C. Mediation Commission Act — first settlement under Act — 
strike between International Brotherhood of Electrical 
Workers and Alberni Pulp and Paper Ltd. mill, 4. 

Building and construction industry — "historic" agreement 
signed between 17 unions and National Constructors' 
Association. United States: 363. 

Canadian Construction Association's brief to federal Govern- 
ment — inflationary construction wage settlements, 81. 

Davis-Bacon Act (1931) — provisions re wages in federal 
construction contracts, suspended, 296; restored, 427. 
United States. 

Dunlop Canada Ltd., and Local 494, Rubber, Cork, Linoleum 
and Plastic Workers of America, United — 12-month 
extension of contract, 223. 



INDEX 



Flin Flon strike — agreement between Association of Flin 
Flon Trades Unions and Hudson Bay Mining and Smelting 
Co., 588. 

Hiram Walker and Sons Ltd. — provisions of new three-year 
contract signed between company and Local 61, Distillery, 
Rectifying, Wine and Allied Workers' Union of America, 
296. 

Hospitals — provisions in major collective agreements in 
Canadian hospitals, 792-795. 

Labour legislation enacted in 1969-70: Quebec, 176, 177, 183; 
Alberta, 179; Newfoundland, 180-81; Manitoba, 181; 
N.W.T., 183; Ontario, 185. 

Postal workers' rotating strikes — agreement reached; CB report 
by Judge Rene Lippe; appointment of two mediators — 
A. W. R. Carrothers, Calgary, and Thomas O'Connor, 
Toronto, 5. 

Prices and Incomes Commission (Canada) report on agree- 
ment signed between London Sheet Metal Contractors' 
Association and Local 473, Sheet Metal Workers' Inter- 
national Association, 424. 

Railways — three major unions sign agreements with railway 
companies — Brotherhood of Maintenance of Way Em- 
ployees; Hotel and Restaurant Employees and Bartenders' 
International Union; Brotherhood of Railway, Airline and 
Steamship Clerks, Freight Handlers, Express and Station 
Employees. United States: 361. 

Relationships Between Canadian-American Wage Settlements: 
An Empirical Study of Five Industries — Bryan M. Downie, 
Industrial Relations Centre, Queen's University, 264. 

St. Lawrence Seaway workers — provisions of new two-year 
contract between St. Lawrence Seaway Authority and 
CBRT, 585. 

Union recognition clause unsettled as agreement reached 
between 250 striking fishermen and processing plants. 
Nova Scotia : 9. 

Wage freeze agreed to in 18-month extension of former con- 
tract between Canadian Acme Screw and Gear Ltd., Monroe 
Acme Ltd., and Local 984, UAW, 223. 

Wage increase for construction workers in four British Colum- 
bia companies — two-year agreement signed between Local 
1-217, IWW, and Forest Industrial Relations, 224. 

Wage parity for women at Swift Canadian Co. Ltd., under 
terms of new collective agreement, 226. 

West Coast towboat industry — settlement of disputes between 
B.C. Towboat Owners' Association and Canadian Merchant 
Service Guild; Seafarers' International Union; Canadian 
Brotherhood of Railway, Transport and General Workers, 
86. 

Year-round employment provided under contract between 
International Longshoremen's and Warehousemen's Union 
and Westshore Terminals Ltd., 159. 

Colombo 

Economic and employment development specialists in Colom- 
bo — special mission part of ILO's World Employment 
Program, 428. 



Community Programs 

Canadian Labour Congress — Social and Community Pro- 
grams Department established — Jim MacDonald, Director, 
6. 



Conciliation See also Certification and Conciliation Pro- 
ceedings — Part II of Index 

Labour legislation enacted in 1969-70 — review. Canada: 176. 

Settlements reached in 1970 by conciliation services, Canada 
Department of Labour — extracts from address by Minister 
of Labour to students at University of Calgary, 226. 

Confederation of National Trade Unions 

Convention, 44th annual, 442. 

Pepin, Marcel, President, announces planned resignation at 
specially convened meeting, 589. 

Wage demands of workers in public and para-public sector of 
Metropolitan Quebec region justified — Vice-President, Cen- 
tral Council, 590. 

Conroy, Pat, Labour Attache, Canadian Embassy, United States 
Retirement, 715. 

Constabulary See Policemen 

Construction Industry 

A construction success story — report by Labour-Management 
Consultation Branch, Canada Department of Labour, on 
construction of mill at Nackawic, N.B., 788. 

Canadian Construction Association — brief, federal Govern- 
ment, 81; convention, labour relations session, 318. 

Commission of Enquiry into Industrial Relations in the Nova 
Scotia Construction Industry — report prepared by Dr. 
H. D. Woods, Dean of Arts and Science, McGill University, 
189. 

Craft disputes boards — first four of 18 established under 
Order providing for stabilization of wages and prices in 
construction industry. United States: 427. 

Davis-Bacon Act (1931) — provisions re wages in federal con- 
struction contracts suspended, 296; restored, 427. United 
States. 

"Historic" agreement signed between 17 building and con- 
struction unions and National Constructors' Association. 
United States: 363. 

ILO Building, Civil Engineering and Public Works Com- 
mittee — government action to protect construction workers, 
urged at 2-week session, Geneva, 719. 

Labour legislation in 1969-70. Part 6: Labour Relations. 
Canada: 98. 

Labour legislation enacted in 1969-70: Quebec, 177, 184; 
Saskatchewan, 178. 

Mechanical construction industry, manpower requirements 
in 1975 for selected trades— serious shortage of plumbers, 
steamfitters and sheet metal workers forecast in report by 
Research Board, Ontario Department of Labour, 80. 

N.S. Trade Union Act— Construction Industry Panel estab- 
lished under Labour Relations Board, 241. 

Ont. Industrial Safety Act: amendments, 43. 

Que. Construction Industry Labour Relations Act— legisla- 
tion enacted in 1969-70, 184. 

Research and Development Foundation established by 
Canadian Construction Association, 426. 

Sask. Essential Services Emergency Act— construction industry 
under scope of, 178. 

Special labour relations legislation urgently needed in con- 
struction industry— R.C.T. Stewart, President, CCA, in 
address to Construction Association of Nova Scotia, 517. 



INDEX 



Wage increase for construction workers in four British Co- 
lumbia companies — two-year agreement signed between 
Local 1-217, IWW, and Forest Industrial Relations, 224. 

Consumer and Corporate Affairs, Federal Department of 
Basford, Hon. Ronald, Minister — extracts from address to 
meeting of Calgary Family Service Agencies, 380. 

Consumer Finance See Finance 

Continental Seniority See Seniority 

Contracts See Collective Labour Agreements 

Contributions 

Canada Pension Plan — increase in contributions, 654. 

Co-operative Institutions 

Role of "co-ops" in economic and social progress of devel- 
oping countries — seminar organized by ILO and Quebec 
Co-operation Council, 656. 

Corporations and Labour Unions Returns Act 
Annual report, 7th (1968), 295. 

References in article by Murray Cotterill, USWA, Interna- 
tional unions and the struggle for employee independence, 232. 

Cotterill, Murray, Public Relations Director (Canada) United 
Steelworkers of America 
International unions and the struggle for employee independent e 
— article by, 232. 

Council of Postal Unicns 

Postal workers' rotating strikes — agreement reached between 
Treasury Board and Council. Canada: 5. 

Cournoyer, Jean, Quebec Minister of Labour and Manpower 
Appointment, 6, 159. 

Address, 20th annual conference, Industrial Relations Centre, 
McGill University, 530. 

Craft Disputes 

First four of 18 craft disputes boards established under Order 
providing for stabilization of wages and prices in construc- 
tion industry. United States: 427. 



D 



Dalhousie University 

Joint Labour-Management Conference, Dalhousie Univer- 
sity — sponsored by Canada Department of Labour, N.S. 
Department of Labour, and N.S. Joint Labour-Manage- 
ment Committee, 116. 

Davis-Bacon Act (U.S.A.) 

Provisions of 1931 Act re wages in federal construction con- 
tracts, suspended, 296; restored, 427. 

Day Care 

Day care in Europe — article by Freda L. Paltiel, 433. 
Day-care reading list prepared by Freda L. Paltiel, 681. 



First union-sponsored day-care centre opened in Victoria, 
B.C. — B.C. Government Employees' Association, 359. 

National Conference on Day Care, University of Ottawa, 676. 

Recommendation of Royal Commission on the Status of 
Women, 170. 

Degrees 

Mackasey, Hon. Bryce, federal Minister of Labour, receives 
honorary law degree from Sir George Williams University, 
Montreal, 79. 

Denmark 

Audio-visual media for labour education organized by Interna- 
tional Labour Film Institute — international meeting on use 
of media, 229. 

Dependents' Allowances 

B.C. Workmen's Compensation Act: amendments, 34. 
N.S. Workmen's Compensation Act: amendments, 34. 
P.E.I. Workmen's Compensation Act: amendments, 34. 
Sask. Workmen's Compensation Act: amendments, 34. 

Desroches, Jacques, Chief Commissioner, Unemployment In- 
surance Commission 
On reorganization of the UIC — resolving the problems of 
technological change, 32. 

Developing Countries 

Role of "co-ops" in economic and social progress — seminar 
organized by ILO and Quebec Co-operation Council, 656. 

Disability Benefits See Benefits 

Disability Pensions See Pensions 

Disabled Persons 

Remploy Limited — provides productive employment for 
severely disabled men and women. Britain: 616. 

Discrimination See also Equal Pay 

B.C. Federation of Labour convention — resolutions condemn 

discrimination against women, 95. 
Employment of older workers — European study by Institute 

for Labour Market and Vocational Research, 657. 
Lutes, Carol, Co-ordinator of Equal Employment Oppor- 
tunities, appointed by Public Service Commission of 

Canada, 227. 
Royal Commission on the Status of Women — recommendation, 

169. 
Sex discrimination and women's rights — special conference, 

American Newspaper Guild, 245. 
Women workers in the union movement — bilingual booklet 

published by Canadian Union of Public Employees, 771. 

Diseases Industrial 

Alta. Public Health Act: regulations, 43. 
P.E.I. Workmen's Compensation Act: industrial deafness 
added to schedule of industrial diseases, 36. 



INDEX 



Displaced Workers 

Industrial change — assistance program for workers in textile 
and clothing industries — supplementary benefit; pre-retire- 
ment benefit. Canada: 243. 

Distilling Industry See Hiram Walker and Sons Ltd. 

Dominion Bureau of Statistics See Statistics, Dominion 
Bureau of 

Domtar Limited 

Jurisdictional dispute — Teamsters Union Local 91 v. Domtar 
Ltd., Trucking Division et al. — application for certification 
before Ontario Labour Relations Board, 127. 



Donations 

Charitable donations as substitute for union dues- 
of Ontario Labour Relations Board, 656. 



-decisions 



Douse, H. L., federal Department of Manpower and Immigration 
"Canada's Mr. Older Worker" — retirement, 171. 

Duggan, A. G., Newfoundland Labour Leader 
Death of, 5. 

Dunlop Canada Ltd. 

12-month extension of contract between Company and Local 
494, Rubber, Cork, Linoleum and Plastic Workers of 
America, United, 223. 



Duty See Tariff 



Earnings See Wages 



E 



Eaton, Dr. J. K., Economist, Canada Department of Labour 
Prepares study on The Constitutional Framework of Union 
Finance: book review, 83. 

Economic Council of Canada 

Perfoi mance and Potential: mid-1950s to mid-1970s — supple- 
ment to seventh annual review, 30. 

Meeting Managerial Manpower Needs — B.A. Keys, F. G. 
Thompson and M. Heath, council researchers, 601. 

Economic Development 

Canada in 1985 — report of Canadian Committee of the Hudson 
Institute, presented at annual meeting of Canadian Public 
Relations Society, 736. 

Economic and employment development specialists in Co- 
lombo — special mission part of ILO's World Employment 
Program, 428. 

Report of Bureau of the Census (1970). United States: 592. 

Economic Policy 

CLC brief to federal Cabinet, 308; Government's reply, 311. 
Government fiscal policies to assist in creation of productive 

employment, discussed by economists at International 

Labour Office, Geneva, 229. 
Inflation and unemployment in Canada: two views — Sir Roy 

Harrod, British economist, 618; Russell Bell, Research 

Director, CLC, 619. 



Education See Labour Education; Students; Teachers 

Edwards, Claude, President, Public Service Alliance of Canada 
The right to strike — address, 20th annual conference, Industrial 
Relations Centre, McGill University, 530. 

Electrical Safety See Safety 

Electrical Workers, International Brotherhood of 

B.C. Mediation Commission Act — first settlement under Act — 
strike between IBEW and Alberni Pulp and Paper Ltd. 
mill, 4. 

Elevators and Lifts 
Ont. Elevators and Lifts Act: amendments, 43. 
P.E.I. Elevators and Lifts Act: regulations, 42. 

Elkin, Dr. Frederick, York University 

Address, National Conference on Day Care, University of 
Ottawa, 676. 

Emergency Legislation 

Labour legislation enacted in 1969-70: Quebec, 176; Sas- 
katchewan, 178; Alberta, 178; Newfoundland, 181-82. 

Emergency Legislation See Strikes and Lockouts 

Employers' Councils 
Employers' Council of British Columbia — a forum for B.C. 
management, 314. 

Employment See also Job Vacancies; Labour Force; Older 
Workers; Productive Employment; Remploy Limited; 
Students; Summer Employment; Termination of Em- 
ployment; Women 

Economic and employment development specialists in Co- 
lombo — special mission part of ILO's World Employment 
Program, 428. 

Employment Review — monthly report on employment and 
unemployment. Canada. 

Federal Government — number of persons employed as at 
December, 1970 — Statistics Canada report, 770. 

Job training and retraining — project for unemployed recip- 
ients of public assistance in Metro Toronto, 657. 

Provincial and territorial governments — number of persons 
employed during last pay period of June, 1971 — Statistics 
Canada report, 770. 

Review of Employment and Average Weekly Wages and 
Salaries 1967-69, DBS report, 358. 

Self-service employment office opened in Scotland by British 
Department of Employment and Productivity, 429. 

Statistics: Employment, Hours and Earnings — Tables C-l to 
C-7: monthly feature: Canada. 

Summer job programs in 1971. United States: 592. 

Wage subsidy program for new jobs to take workers off wel- 
fare. British Columbia: 770. 

Year-round employment provided under contract between 
International Longshoremen's and Warehousemen's Union 
and Westshore Terminals Ltd., 159. 

Employment Conditions See Labour Conditions 



INDEX 



Employment Fatalities See Accidents, Industrial 
Employment Injuries See Accidents, Industrial 

Employment Opportunities See also Discrimination; Job 
Vacancies 

Ont. Women's Equal Employment Opportunity Act: enact- 
ment, 78. 

Professional workers and executives — job opportunities 
declined and job seekers increased, in 1970 — nation-wide 
survey, Technical Service Council of Toronto, 7, 225, 
517, 655. 

Employment Standards See Labour Standards 

Equal Employment Opportunities See Discrimination ; Women 

Equal Pay 
Canadian Labour (Standards) Code — proposed amendments. 

378. 
Equal Remuneration for Work of Equal Value — study by 

Canada Department of Labour, 222. 
Wage parity for women at Swift Canadian Co. Ltd. under 

terms of new collective agreement, 226. 

Equal Rights See Discrimination; Women 

Ergonomics Association, International 

Congress, fifth, held in Amsterdam, Holland, 294. 

Essential Services 

Construction industry under scope of Sask. Essential Services 
Emergency Act, 178. 

European Common Market 

Membership by Britain opposed by TUC, 787. 

European Confederation of Free Trade Unions 

Heinz O. Vetter, President, German trade union federation 
(DGB), elected President of ECFTU, 229. 

Ex Parte Injunctions See Injunctions 

Executives See Employment Opportunities; Wage Cuts 

Explosives 

Que. Industrial and Commercial Establishments Act: revised 
regulations, 43. 



Family Allowances 

Developments in family allowance legislation. Belgium: 591. 

Program to be replaced by Family Income Security Program — 

White Paper on income security proposals. Canada: 91. 

Family Benefits Allowance See Benefits 

Family Income 

Consumer finances in 1969 — DBS survey, 515. 

Family Income Security Plan — White Paper on income secu- 
rity — legislative proposals re Family Allowance Program. 
Canada: 91. 

Family Services 
Summer Volunteer Program — young people as volunteers in 
social services — plan established by Ontario Department of 
Social and Family Services, 587. 

Farming See Agriculture 

Federal Assistance 
Regional Development Incentives Act — designation of geo- 
graphical districts eligible for assistance. Canada: 159. 

Female Employees Equal Pay Act 
Canadian Labour (Standards) Code — proposed amendments, 
378. 

Fiji 
Woman elected President of National Union of Factory and 
Commercial Workers, 11. 

Films See International Labour Film Institute 

Finance 

Family income in 1969 — DBS survey of consumer finances, 
515. 

Finn, Ed, Research Director, Canadian Brotherhood of Railway, 
Ti ansport and General Workers 
Article: Resolving industrial strife: is there a "better urn?" 774. 

Firemen 

Labour legislation enacted in 1969-70: policemen and firemen: 
Quebec, 176; Alberta, 179; Newfoundland, 180, 181; 
Manitoba, 181-82. 

First Aid See Workmen's Compensation 

Fishermen and Allied Workers' Union, United See United 
Fishermen and Allied Workers' Union 



Factories 

Early retirement for all workers after 30 years service — 
provision of new contracts signed by three major auto 
companies and UAW. Canada: 425. 

Fair Employment Practices Act 

Recommendation of the Royal Commission on the Status of 
Women, 169. 



Fishing Industry 

Union recognition clause unsettled as agreement reached be- 
tween 250 striking fishermen and processing plants. Nova 
Scotia: 9. 

Fitzsimmons, Frank E., President, International Brotherhood of 
Teamsters, Chauffeurs, Warehousemen and Helpers of 
America 
Elected, 657. 



INDEX 



Flin Flon Strike 
Agreement between Association of Flin Flon Trades Unions 
and Hudson Bay Mining and Smelting Co., 588. 

Food 
Ceiling on food prices decreed by Government. Sweden: 10. 

Food and Allied Workers, Canadian See Canadian Food 
and Allied Workers 

Forest Industrial Relations 
Wage increase for construction workers in four British Co- 
lumbia companies — two-year agreement signed between 
Local 1-217, IWW, and bargaining agent, 224. 

Forest Products 
Wage cuts for top 60 executives, MacMillan Bloedel Ltd.> 
Canada's largest forest products company, 654. 

Forestry 
Survey of Quebec's forest industry — Gilbert Paille and Andre 
McNeil, Faculty of Forestry and Geodesy, Laval University, 
656. 

Forsey, Dr. Eugene 
Senate appointment, 5. 

Four-Day Workweek 

4 days, 40 hours — Repotting a Revolution in Work and Leisure — 

ed. Riva Poor: book review, 161. 
Success of new work schedule noted by C. A. Norgren Co. 

and comparable U.S. plants, 11. 

Free Enterprise 
Strikes: reluctant instrument in a free enterprise economy. — 
Bernard Brody, University of Montreal, 19. 

Free Trade Unions See Labour Unions 

Freedom of Speech 

Man. Queen's Bench Act: amendment, 183. 

Freeze 

Canadian-U.S. reaction to 90-day freeze on prices, rents, wages, 
and salaries in U.S., 733. 



Garnishment 

Legislation enacted in 1970. United States: 428. 

German Trade Union Federation 
Heinz O. Vetter (President, DGB) elected President of Euro- 
pean Confederation of Free Trade Unions, 229. 

Germany See West Germany 

Gerontology See Older Workers 

Goulet, Paul, former Director, ILO Branch, Canada Depart- 
ment of Labour 
Death of, 361. 

Government Employees See Pensions: Public Service 

Grants See Canada Council 

Green, Judge Nathan, Provincial Magistrate's Court (Nova 
Scotia) 
Appointed by federal and Nova Scotia Departments of Labour 
to inquire into strike of 250 fishermen and processing plants, 
9. 

Gross National Product 
GNP in 1970. Canada: 296. 

Guaranteed Income 

Federal funding program for provincial guaranteed income 

experiments announced by Hon. John Munro, federal 

Minister of National Health and Welfare, 770. 
Old Age Security — Guaranteed Income Supplement under 

Plan — White Paper on income security proposals. Canada: 

91. 
Recommendation of Royal Commission on the Status of 

Women, 170. 

Guards 

Five-day strike by guards at five provincial jails, terminated. 
Alberta: 770. 

Guidelines 

Price and wage guidelines for unions and management. 

West Germany: 82. 
6 per cent ceiling opposed by CBRT, 26. 



French Language 

CNTU convention report, 444. 

Funding See Guaranteed Income 



Gaols 

Five-day strike by guards at five provincial jails, terminated- 
Alberta: 770. 

Garment Workers' Union, International Ladies' See Inter- 
national Ladies' Garment Workers' Union 



H 



Hallaire, Jean, Inspector General of the National Economy 
(France) 
Report — Part-Time Employment—Its Extent and its Problems 
(Paris 1968) OECD, 124. 

Handicapped Workers 

Remploy Limited — provides productive employment for 
severely disabled men and women. Britain: 616. 

Harper, Cecil D., Director, Economics and Research Branch, 
Canada Department of Labour 
Appointment, 6. 



INDEX 



Harrod, Sir Roy, British Economist 

Testifies at Senate Finance Committee on economic policy. 
Canada: 618. 

Health 

Alta. Public Health Act: regulations, 43. 

Health and social development centres to be established. 

Manitoba: 517. 
National Foundation of Health, Welfare and Pension Plans — 

4th annual Canadian Conference, 518. 
N.B. Social Welfare Act: new regulation re health care services 

for welfare recipients, 251. 
Safety and Health Act: enactment. United States: 229. 

Hiram Walker and Sons Ltd. 

30-and-out pension formula and other provisions of three- 
year contract signed between Company and Local 61, 
Distillery, Rectifying, Wine and Allied Workers' Union 
of America, 296. 

Hiring 

Regulation under Quebec Construction Industry Labour 
Relations Act, 184. 

Hoffa, James R., President, International Brotherhood of Team- 
sters, Chauffeurs, Warehousemen and Helpers of America 
Resignation, 657. 

Holidays See also Vacations with Pay 

Paid holidays— provisions in major collective agreements in 
Canadian hospitals, 793. 

Holland 

Wage increases limited during first six months of 1971, 160. 

Honorary Degrees See Degrees 

Hospitals 

Ont. Hospital Labour Disputes Arbitration Act — study by 
provincial Department of Labour on impact of the Act in 
Ontario hospitals, 321. 
Provisions in major collective agreements in Canadian hos- 
pitals, 792-95. 

Hotel and Restaurant Employees and Bartenders' Inter- 
national Union 
Agreement with railway companies signed. United States: 361. 

Hours of Work 

4 days, 40 hours — Reporting a Revolution in Work and Leisure — 

ed. Riva Poor: book review, 161. 
Four-day workweek — success noted by C.A. Norgren Co. 

and comparable U.S. plants, 1 1. 
Hospitals — provisions in major collective agreements in 

Canadian hospitals, 793. 
Hours of Work in Canada — publication, Canada Department 

of Labour, 430. 
Manufacturing — average weekly hours for workers in large 

manufacturing companies. Canada: 770. 
Motor transport industry in Canada — C.A.L. Murchison, 

Q.C., appointed one-man commission to inquire into hours- 

of-work practices, 718. 



Pait-Time Employment — Its Extent and its Problems (Paris 

1968) OECD — prepared by Jean Hallaire, Inspector General 

of the National Economy. France: 124. 
Statistics: Employment, Hours and Earnings: Tables C-l to 

C-7. monthly feature. Canada: 
Three-day workweek — trial period, Imperial Oil's Winnipeg 

refinery, 296. 
12-hour shifts in two days — schedule of 8 hourly wage earners 

at Canadian Liquid Air Ltd. plant near Sorel, Que., 718. 

Hudson Bay Mining and Smelting Co. 

Flin Flon strike — agreement between Association of Flin Flon 
Trades Unions and Company, 588. 

Hudson Institute See Canadian Committee of the Hudson 

Institute 



Immigration 

Immigration in 1970— annual report, federal Department of 
Manpower and Immigration, 360. 

Imperial Oil 
Three-day workweek- trial period, Winnipeg refinery, 296. 

Incentives 

Regional Development Incentives Act — designation of geo- 
graphical districts eligible for assistance. Canada: 159. 

Income See also Family Income: Guaranteed Income; Labour 
Income; Wage Control; Wage Increases; Wages 

Long-run Changes in the Labour Share of National Income in 
Canada, 1926-1966 — Kumar, Industrial Relations Centre, 
Queen's University: Canada Department of Labour — 
University Research Program: 429; 717. 

Report on low incomes. Sweden: 82. 

White Paper on income security — legislative proposals — 
Family Allowance Program; Old Age pensions; Canada 
Pension Plan: Canada Assistance Plan, 91. 

Income Security See Income 

Income Tax 

Changes in federal tax system related to personal income. 
Canada: 585. 

Industrial Accident Prevention Associations 

Accidents cost Ontario industry $148 million annually — 

General Manager's report, 359. 
Coping with stress— address, Dr. Hans Selye, University of 

Montreal, at IAPA conference, 463. 
Symbol chosen by Ontario Workmen's Compensation Board, 8. 

Industrial Accidents See Accident Prevention; Accidents, 
Industrial 

Industrial and Commercial Establishments 

Que. Industrial and Commercial Establishments Act: revised 
regulations, 43. 



INDEX 



Industrial Change See Displaced Workers 
Industrial Democracy See Industrial Relations 
Industrial Diseases See Diseases, Industrial 

Industrial Disputes See also Strikes and Lockouts 

Bill to revise Industrial Relations and Disputes Investigation 
Act — to become Part V, Canada Labour Code — provisions 
of new legislation, 610. 

B.C. Mediation Commission Act — first settlement under 
Act — strike between IBEW and Alberni Pulp and Paper 
Ltd. mill, 4. 

Collective bargaining under fire — three viewpoints: (1) 
"Strikes: Today's monstrosity, tomorrow's dinosaur." — 
R. P. Riggin, Vice-President, Corporate Relations, Noranda 
Mines Ltd., 14; (2) "Strikes: reluctant instrument in a free 
enterprise economy." — Bernard Brody, Department of 
Industrial Relations, University of Montreal, 19; (3) "In 
need of repair but basically sound." — Hon. Bryce Mackasey, 
federal Minister of Labour, 21. 

Jurisdictional dispute — Teamsters Union Local 91 v. Domtar 
Ltd., Trucking Division et al. — application for certification 
before Ontario Labour Relations Board, 127. 

Labour legislation enacted in 1969-70: policemen and firemen: 
Quebec, 176; Alberta, 179; Newfoundland, 180, 181; 
Manitoba, 181-82. 

N.S. Judicature Act: amendment re ex parte injunctions in 
labour-management dispute, 241. 

N.S. Trade Union Act- Construction Industry Panel estab- 
lished under Labour Relations Board, 241. 

Ont. Hospital Labour Disputes Arbitration Act— study by 
provincial Department of Labour on impact of the Act in 
Ontario hospitals, 321. 

Ont. Judicature Act: amendment, 183. 

"Resolving industrial strife: is there a 'better way'?" — Ed Finn, 
Research Director, CBRT, 774. 

Settlements reached in 1970 by conciliation services of Canada 
Department of Labour — extracts from address by Minister 
of Labour to students at University of Calgary, 226. 

West Coast towboat industry — settlement of disputes between 
B.C. Towboat Owners' Association and (1) Canadian 
Merchant Service Guild; (2) Seafarers' International Union; 
(3) Canadian Brotherhood of Railway, Transport and 
General Workers, 86. 

Industrjal Organization 

"Innovations in Industrial Organization and Labour Relations, 
19th Annual Conference of McGill University's Industrial 
Relations Centre, March 4-5, 1970": book of 10 papers 
delivered at Conference, 602. 

Industrial Relations See also Collective Bargaining; 
Publications 

Bairstow, Mrs. Frances, Director, Industrial Relations Centre, 

McGill University, appointment, 718. 
(The) Best of The Canadian Personnel Journal — by J. R. 

Perigoe and T. F. Hercus: book review: 366. 
Bill to revise Industrial Relations and Disputes Investigation 

Act, to become Part V, Canada Labour Code — reconstitu- 

tion of Labour Relations Board proposed, 608. 



Canadian Construction Association — annual convention, la- 
bour relations session, 318. 

Closed shop ban; cooling-off period for national emergency 
strikes; and new court to deal with "unfair industrial action" 
— major elements of new industrial relations bill. Britain: 
82; passed, 362. 

Construction industry — special labour relations legislation 
urgently needed — R. C. T. Stewart, President, CCA, in 
address to Construction Association of Nova Scotia, 517. 

Construction success story — report by Labour-Management 
Consultation Branch, Canada Department of Labour, on 
construction of mill at Nackawic, N.B., 788. 

Construction workers in four British Columbia companies — 
wage increase provided in two-year agreement signed between 
Local 1-217, IWW, and Forest Industrial Relations, 224. 

(The) Emerging Worker — book by William A. Westley, 
Director, McGill Industrial Relations Centre, and Margaret 
W. Westley, 523. 

Generation gap in the labour movement — "the coming youth 
revolt in labour," by Gilbert Levine, Research Director, 
CUPE, 722. 

Industrial and Labour Relations Research in Canada — 1 970 
edition, Canada Department of Labour, 4. 

Industrial Relations Act — resolution adopted by TUC. 
Britain: 787. 

"Innovations in Industrial Organization and Labour Relations, 
19th Annual Conference of McGill University's Industrial 
Relations Centre, March 4-5, 1970": book of 10 papers 
delivered at Conference, 602. 

International conference — "trends in industrial and labour 
relations" — to be held in Tel Aviv. Israel: 363. 

Labour legislation enacted in 1969-70: Part 6: Labour Rela- 
tions. Canada: 98, 176. 

Long-run Changes in the Labour Share of National Income in 
Canada, 1926-1966 — Kumar, Industrial Relations Centre, 
Queen's University: Canada Department of Labour — 
University Research Program: 429; 717. 

Lorrain, L. H., Vice-President and Canadian Director, Inter- 
national Brotherhood of Pulp, Sulphite and Paper Mill 
Workers — address to Industrial Relations Management 
Association of B.C., 382. 

McGill University, Industrial Relations Centre — 20th annual 
conference: papers presented on the right to strike in the 
Public Service, alternatives to the strike, and project man- 
agement, 530. 

"Partnership with management: absurdity or necessity ?"- 
arguments for and against industrial democracy concept: 
by K. R. Robinson, Director, Public Relations, PSAC: 
Part 1, 299; Part 2, 367. 

Policemen and the right to strike — provisions of Labour 
Relations Act. Manitoba: 654. 

Que. Construction Industry Labour Relations Act — legislation 
enacted in 1969-70, 184. 

Reorganization of the UIC — conviction, co-operation and 
communication, basic features of successful labour relations 
— Jacques Des Roches, Chief Commissioner, UIC, 32. 

Report of Commission of Enquiry into Industrial Relations 
in the Nova Scotia Construction Industry— prepared by 
Dr. H.D. Woods, Dean of Arts and Science, McGill Uni- 
versity, 189. 

"Resolving industrial strife: is there a 'better way'?"— Ed Finn, 
Research Director, CBRT, 774. 



INDEX 



Service industries, Canadian, two-year study — Canada Council 

grant to Dr. W.D. Wood, Director, Industrial Relations 

Centre, Queen's University, 4. 
Studies of the Task Force on Labour Relations — studies 

provided under contract for Prime Minister's Task Force 

on Labour Relations: 83, 264, 430. 
Woodcock, George, Chairman, Commission on Industrial 

Relations, resignation. Britain: 427. 

Industrial Relations and Disputes Investigation Act 
Replaced by Canada Labour Code (Part V), 608; 799. 

Industrial Research 

Industrial and Labour Relations Research in Canada — 1970 
edition, Canada Department of Labour, 4. 

Industrial Safety See Safety 

Industrial Strife See Industrial Disputes 

Industrial Training 

Middle-aged workers — emphasis on accuracy rather than 
speed creates special problems for retraining — summary of 
report on Gerontology by Dr. Eunice Belbin, Cambridge. 
Britain: 44. 

N.B. Industrial Training and Certification Act: regulations, 40. 

Industries See Unicn-Industries 

Industry, Trade and Commerce, Department of 

Automotive Manufacturing Assistance Regulations extended, 
590. 

Industry 

Accidents cost Ontario industry $148 million annually — 
General Manager's report, I A PA, 359. 

Canada-Wide Industrial Pension Plan (CWIPP) — non-con- 
tributory pension plan for workers in small industries and 
offices, started by CLC, 655. 

Inflation 

Government controls for prices and incomes announced in 

Dublin, Ireland: 10. 
Inflation and unemployment in Canada: two views — Sir Roy 

Harrod, British economist, 618; Russell Bell, Research 

Director, CLC, 619. 

Information Canada 

Studies of the Task Force on Labour Relations — studies 
provided under contract for Prime Minister's Task Force on 
Labour Relations: book review, 83, 264. 

Injunctions 

Labour legislation enacted in 1969-70. Canada: 183. 

Man. Queen's Bench Act: amendment, 183. 

N.S. Judicature Act: amendment re ex parte injunction in 

labour-management dispute, 241. 
Ont. Judicature Act: amendment, 183. 

Inter-American Institute for Labour Studies 

CLC announces major additions to campus, in Cuernavaca, 
Mexico, 79. 



Extension to Institute — opening ceremony — Canadian repre- 
sentatives, 516. 

Mackasey, Hon. Bryce, federal Minister of Labour, and CLC 
President Donald MacDonald, visit campus, 223. 

International Affairs 

B.C. Federation of Labour — resolution adopted at convention, 
95. 

International Brotherhood of Pulp, Sulphite and Paper 
Mill Workers See Pulp, Sulphite and Paper Mill Workers, 
International Brotherhood of 

International Chemical Workers' Union See Chemical 
Workers' Union, International 

International Confederation of Free Trade Unions 
Buiter, Harm, General Secretary, resignation, 657. 
Trade union training courses in five African countries spon- 
sored by ICFTU, 427. 

International Ergonomics Association See Ergonomics 
Association, International 

International Federation of Actors (FIA) 

Boucher, Pierre, first Canadian elected President at 8th inter- 
national convention, Amsterdam, Holland: 7. 

International Institute for Labour Studies 

Industrial relations experts in various European countries 
interviewed by Kalmen Kaplansky, Director, Canada 
Branch, ILO, on behalf of the Institute in Geneva, 1 17. 

International Labour Film Institute 
Audio-visual media for labour education — international 
meeting on use of media. Denmark: 229. 

International Labour Organization 

Building, Civil Engineering and Public Works Committee — 
Government action to protect construction workers, urged 
at two-week session, Geneva, 719. 

Critical changeover in world's labour force — Kalmen Kaplan- 
sky, Director, Canada Branch, ILO, 117. 

Economic and employment development specialists in Colombo 
—special mission part of ILO's World Employment Pro- 
gram, 428. 

Equal Remuneration for Work of Equal Value — study publish- 
ed by Canada Department of Labour indicates "compliance" 
with ILO Convention, 222. 

Formal ratification of International Labour conventions to 
protect workers from unduly low wages. Japan: 592. 

General Conference — Session, 56th, 673; Canadian delega- 
tion, 672. 

Government fiscal policies to assist in creation of productive 
employment, discussed by economists at International 
Labour Office, Geneva, 229. 

Italy ratifies eleven conventions, 592. 

Metal Trades Committee — requests study by Governing Body, 
on social impact in metal trades, 228. 

New international standards to improve living and working 
conditions of seafarers set by International Labour Con- 
ference at maritime session, 1 1 ; Canadian delegation, 1 1. 



INDEX 



Rive, Alfred, death of former substitute representative of 
Canadian Government on Governing Body of ILO, 158. 

Role of "co-ops" in economic and social progress of develop- 
ing countries — seminar organized by ILO and Quebec 
Co-operation Council, 656. 

Spain ratifies twenty conventions, 592. 

Thirty-one specialists attend meeting on workers' education, 
520. 

World Employment Program — efforts to expand productive 
employment in Kenya and Iran, 592. 

International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union 
Shane, Bernard, Vice-President and Canadian Director — 
testimonial dinner for 80-year-old official, 79. 

International Metalworkers' Federation 

Meeting in Geneva of Honeywell workers from Italy, Germany, 
Britain, France, The Netherlands, and the United States, 
to discuss union's concern over amalgamation of Honeywell 
and General Electric computer divisions, 520. 

International Union of Allied and Technical Workers of 
the United States and Canada See Allied and Tech- 
nical Workers of the United States and Canada, 
International Union of 

International Unions See Labour Unions 

International Woodworkers of America 

Construction workers in four British Columbia companies — 
wage increases provided in two-year agreement signed 
between Local 1-217 and Forest Industrial Relations, 224. 

Ireland 

Government controls for prices and incomes announced in 

Dublin, 10. 
Voluntary agreement on wage increases between employers 
and trade unions, 160. 

Irish Congress of Trade Unions 

Resolution adopted by TUC. Britain: 787. 

Israel 

International conference — "trends in industrial and labour 
relations" — to be held in Tel Aviv, 363. 

Italy 

Effects of absenteeism in motor industry more devastating 

than strikes, 82. 
Ratifies eleven ILO conventions, 592. 



Jacques-Cartier Typographical Union 
Affiliate of QFL celebrated centennial in 1970, 227. 

Jails See Gaols 



Formal ratification of International Labour conventions to 

protect workers from unduly low wages, 592. 
Trade union membership — 1970 survey, 427. 

Jenks, Wilfred, Director-General, International Labour Or- 
ganization 
Remarks, 56th General Conference, 673. 

Job Enrichment 
Retirement — leisure time stepping stone to another job. 
United States: 719. 

Job Opportunities 

Hospitals — provisions in major collective agreements in 
Canadian hospitals, 792. 

Professional workers — job opportunities declined and job 
seekers increased, in 1970 — nation-wide survey, Technical 
Service Council of Toronto, 7; 225; 517; 655. 

Job Retraining See Job Training ; Retraining 

Job Security 

Job security vital issue — Canadian Union of Postal Workers, 
convention report, 590. 

Que. Construction Industry Labour Relations Act — regula- 
tions, 184. 

Job Training 
Job training and retraining — project for unemployed reci- 
pients of public assistance in Metro Toronto, 657. 

Job Vacancies See Job Opportunities 



K 



Kaplansky, Kalmen, Director, Canada Branch, International 
Labour Organization 
Critical changeover in world's labour force — interviews 
industrial relations experts in various European countries, 
117. 

Kelly, William P., Director, Conciliation and Arbitration 
Branch, Canada Department of Labour 
Association of Flin Flon Trades Unions and Hudson Bay 
Mining and Smelting Co. — announces termination of 
strike and tentative agreement, 588. 

Kelman, Harry, Production Managei and Art Director, Canadian 
Labour Congress 
Death of, 79. 

Kelvinator of Canada 
The Effect of Advance Notice in a Plant Shutdown : A Study 
of the Closing of the Kelvinator Plant in London, Ontario, 
—by University of Western Ontario: Canada Department 
of Labour — University Research Program: 467; 717. 



Japan See also Prisoners of War 
"Assets acquisition" — legislation introduced to establish 
savings system for workers, 429. 



Labour and Manpower See Quebec Department of Labour 
and Manpower 



INDEX 



Labour Attaches 

Chalfin, Seymour, U.S. Labour Attache to Canada, appoint- 
ment, 358. 
Conroy, Pat, Canadian Embassy, U.S.A., retirement, 715. 

Labour Autonomy See Labour Unions 

Labour College of Canada 

Alberta Government Scholarships to L.C.C. — first winner, 426. 

Labour Conditions See also Labour Rights 

Coping with stress, noise pollution and alcoholism, at work — 
addresses, IAPA conference, 463-65. 

Lorrain, L.H., Vice-President and Canadian Director, Inter- 
national Brotherhood of Pulp, Sulphite and Paper Mill 
Workers — address to Industrial Relations Management 
Association of British Columbia, 382. 

New international standards to improve living and working 
conditions of seafarers set by International Labour Con- 
ference at maritime session, 11; Canadian delegation, 11. 

Working Conditions in Canadian Industry, Report No. 13 — 
Economics and Research Branch, Canada Department of 
Labour, 264. 

Labour Council of Metropolitan Toronto 
Oldest municipal union body in Canada formed in April, 
1871, 388. 

Labour Courts 
Quimper, Donat, Assistant Chief Justice of Quebec Labour 
Court, death of, 426. 

Labour Day 

Labour Day messages — 

MacDonald, Donald, President, CLC, 583. 
McGregor, W.C.Y., Chairman, CRLA, 585. 
Mackasey, Hon. Bryce, federal Minister of Labour, 582. 

Labour Departments See B.C., Canada, N.B., Nfld., N.S., 
Ont., Que., and Sask. Departments of Labour 

Labour Disputes See Industrial Disputes 

Labour Education 

Alberta Government Scholarships to Labour College of 
Canada — first winner, 426. 

Audio-visual media for labour education organized by Inter- 
national Labour Film Institute — international meeting on 
use of media. Denmark: 229. 

ILO meeting of 31 specialists, 520. 

Labour education school for women sponsored by Canadian 
Labour Congress and Quebec Federation of Labour, 226. 

Worker education program in developing countries — CLC 
international co-operation policy, 422. 

Labour Force 

Critical changeover in world's labour force — Kalmen Kap- 
lansky, Director, Canada Branch, ILO, 1 17. 

Re-entry of Women to the Labour Market after an Interrup- 
tion in Employment — OECD, Paris, 430. 

Statistics: regional distribution; age, sex, and marital status; 
number of unemployed — Tables A-l to A-3. Monthly 
feature. Canada. 



Workforce of 100,000,000 by 1980 predicted in survey by 
Department of Labor. United States: 362. 

Labour Income See also Income 
Statistics: Table B-l — estimates of labour income by industry. 
Monthly feature. Canada. 

Labour Injunctions See Injunctions 

Labour Laws and Regulations See also Various Subject 

Headings 
"Assets acquisition" — legislation introduced to establish 

savings system for workers. Japan: 429. 
Bill to revise the Industrial Relations and Disputes Investiga- 
tion Act, to become Part V of the Canada Labour Code, 

608. 
British Columbia "breeding ground of repressive legislation..." 

— CLC President Donald MacDonald at B.C. Federation of 

Labour convention, 94. 
Canada Labour Code (Part V) replaces Industrial Relations 

and Disputes Investigation Act, 608; 799. 
Canada Labour (Standards) Code — amendments approved, 

590. 
Closed shop ban; cooling-off period for national emergency 

strikes; and new court to deal with "unfair industrial 

action" — major elements of new industrial relations bill. 

Britain: 82; passed, 362. 
Construction industry — special labour relations legislation 

urgently needed — R.C.T. Stewart, President, CCA, in 

address to Construction Association of Nova Scotia, 517. 
"Developments in the Enactment and Administration of 

Labour Laws in Canada 1969-70" — Canada Department 

of Labour, 422. 
Legislation in 1969-70. Canada — 

Part 3: workmen's compensation, 34; Part 4: apprenticeship 
and tradesmen's qualifications, 38; Part 5: industrial 
safety, 41 ; Part 6: labour relations, 98, 176. 
Legislation in 1970. United States: 428. 
Ont. Employment Standards Act: Part 1A: termination of 

employment — regulations, 246, 
Ont. Hospital Labour Disputes Arbitration Act — study by 

provincial Department of Labour on impact of the Act in 

Ontario hospitals, 321. 
Royal Commission on the Status of Women — recommenda- 
tions, 168. 
Safety and Health Act: enactment. United States: 229. 
Social Security payments increased 10 per cent. United 

States: 427. 
Unemployment Insurance Act — revised legislation. Canada: 

590. 
Woolner, Evelyn, Assistant Director, Legislative Research 

Branch, Canada Department of Labour, retirement. 715. 

Labour Legislation See Labour Laws and Regulations 

Labour-Management Consultation See also Management 
National joint consultation program — Department of National 
Defence and Labour-Management Consultation Branch, 
Canada Department of Labour, develop comprehensive 
labour-management relations committee system covering 
all Canadian forces bases and establishments, 315. 



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Labour-Management Co-operation 

A construction success story — report by Labour-Management 

Consultation Branch, Canada Department of Labour, on 

construction of mill at Nackawic, N.B., 788. 
Joint Labour-Management Conference, Dalhousie University 

— sponsored by Canada Department of Labour, N.S. 

Department of Labour, and N.S. Joint Labour-Management 

Committee, 1 16. 
Ontario Labour-Management Arbitration Commission Act 

(1968)— legislation enacted in 1969-70, 185. 

Labour Market See Labour Force 

Labour Organization 

Canadian Food and Allied Workers' convention — remarks of 

Donald MacDonald, President, CLC, on organization 

within the Canadian labour movement, 515. 
CLC conference on the white-collar worker, 384. 

Labour Organizations See also Union Membership 

Labour Organizations in Canada 1970 — Canada Department 
of Labour, 172. 

Labour Relations See Industrial Relations 

Labour Requirements See Construction Industry 

Labour Rights 

CLC drafts charter of minimum labour rights, 78. 

Labour Shortage See Construction Industry 

Labour Standards 

Canada Labour (Standards) Code — proposed amendments, 
378; amendments approved, 590. 

Labour Standards in Canada — 1970 edition — Canada Depart- 
ment of Labour, 716. 

New international standards to improve living and working 
conditions of seafarers set by International Labour Con- 
ference at maritime session, 1 1 ; Canadian delegation, 11. 

Ont. Employment Standards Act: Part 1A: termination of 
employment — regulations, 246. 

Labour Studies See Inter-American Institute for Labour 
Studies; International Institute for Labour Studies 

Labour Transference 

"Continental seniority" clause in agreement between Chrysler 
Corporation and UAW — seniority rights of employees 
transferred because of plant shutdowns in Canada or U.S., 
protected, 717. 

Labour Unions See also Relative Headings 
Auto industry — negotiations between unions of automobile 

salesmen, Province of Quebec, and auto dealers, deadlocked, 

589. 
Autonomy — more for Canadian section requested by 300- 

member Canadian caucus, 731; other recommendations at 

international convention of International Brotherhood of 

Pulp, Sulphite and Paper Mill Workers, 731-32. 
Boyle, Tony, President. United Mineworkers of America — 

removal as trustee of union's Welfare and Retirement Fund 

ordered by U.S. District Court Judge, 520. 



Canadian Council of Unions urges establishment of one inde- 
pendent Canadian trade union movement — convention 
report, 589. 

Construction industry — "historic" agreement signed between 
17 building and construction unions and National Construc- 
tors' Association. United States: 363. 

Calura— 7th annual report (1968), 295. 

Day-care centre — first union-sponsored centre opened in 
Victoria, B.C. by B.C. Government Employees' Union, 359. 

Duggan, A. G., pioneer Newfoundland labour leader, death 
of, 5. 

European Confederation of Free Trade Unions — Heinz O. 
Vetter, President of German trade union federation (DGB), 
elected President of ECFTU, 229. 

Fitzsimmons, Frank E., President, International Brotherhood 
of Teamsters, Chauffeurs, Warehousemen and Helpers of 
America, elected, 657. 

Freeze on applications for rail line abandonment sought by 
railway unions — CBRT publication "Canadian Transport," 
590. 

Generation gap in the labour movement — "the coming youth 
revolt in labour," by Gilbert Levine, Research Director, 
CUPE, 722. 

Hoffa, James R., President, International Brotherhood of 
Teamsters, Chauffers, Warehousemen and Helpers of 
America, resignation, 657. 

International Federation of Actors (FIA) — Pierre Boucher, 
first Canadian elected President at 8th international conven- 
tion, Amsterdam, Holland: 7. 

International Metalworkers' Federation meeting in Geneva 
of Honeywell workers from Italy, Germany, Britain, France, 
The Netherlands, and the United States, to discuss union's 
concern over amalgamation of Honeywell and General 
Electric computer divisions, 520. 

"International unions and the struggle for employee inde- 
pendence" — by Murray Cotterill, PR Director (Canada) 
USWA, 232. 

Jacques-Cartier Typographical Union (QFL) celebrated 
centennial in 1970, 227. 

National Union of Factory and Commercial Workers — 
woman elected President. FIJI: 11. 

Nixon surtax and 90-day freeze on prices, rents, wages and 
salaries — reaction from Canadian-U.S. labour movement, 
733. 

N.S. Trade Union Act — Construction Industry Panel estab- 
lished under Labour Relations Board, 241. 

Oldest municipal union body in Canada formed in April, 
1871 — Labour Council of Metropolitan Toronto, 388. 

"Partnership with management: absurdity or necessity?" — 
arguments for and against industrial democracy concept: 
by K.R. Robinson, Director, Public Relations, PSAC: 
Part 1, 299; Part 2, 367. 

Postal unions sign merger pact. United States: 363. 

Price and wage guidelines for unions and management. 
West Germany: 82. 

Railway unions — three major unions sign agreements with 
railway companies — Brotherhood of Maintenance of Way 
Employees: Hotel and Restaurant Employees' and Bar- 
tenders' International Union; Brotherhood of Railway, 
Airline and Steamship Clerks, Freight Handlers, Express 
and Station Employees. United States: 361. 

Rondou, Rene, first Canadian named President of Tobacco 
Workers' International Union (AFL-CIO/CLC), 10. 



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Shane, Bernard, Vice-President and Canadian Director, 
ILGWU — testimonial dinner for 80-year-old official, 79; 
retirement, 294. 

Trade union training courses in five African countries spon- 
sored by ICFTU, 427. 

Union-Industries Show — first Canadian show, sponsored by 
Union Label Trades Department, CLC, 8. 

When firm is sold "collective bargaining contract remains in 
force and is applicable equally" to new employer and to 
negotiating union — decision of NLRB, United States: 1 1. 

Women workers in the union movement — bilingual booklet 
published by Canadian Union of Public Employees, 771. 

Women in trade unions in Canada and United States, 682. 

Ladies' Garment Workers' Union, International 

Shane, Bernard, 80-year-old Vice-President and Canadian 
Director — testimonial dinner, 79; retirement, 294. 

Laporte, Pierre, Quebec Minister of Labour and Manpower 
Murdered on October 17, 1970 by Front de Liberation du 
Quebec, 6. 

Laser Operations 
Alta. Public Health Act: Laser Code of Practice, 43. 

Laval University 

Survey of Quebec's forest industry — Gilbert Paille and Andre 
McNeil, Faculty of Forestry and Geodesy, 656. 

Law 

Mackasey, Hon. Bryce, federal Minister of Labour, receives 
honorary law degree from Sir George Williams University, 
Montreal, 79. 

Lawson, Edward, Canadian Director, International Brotherhood 
of Teamsters, Chauffeurs, Warehousemen and Helpers of 
America 
Senate appointment, 5. 

Layoffs 

Industrial change — assistance program for workers laid off in 
clothing and textile industries — supplementary benefit; 
pre-retirement benefit. Canada: 243. 

Layoffs in mining industry in northwestern Quebec between 
January 1971 and June 1972, 587. 

Ont. Employment Standards Act: Part 1A: termination of 
employment — regulations, 246. 

Provisions in major collective agreements in Canadian hos- 
pitals, 792. 

The Effect of Advance Notice in a Plant Shutdown: A Study 
of the Closing of the Kelvinator Plant in London, Ontario — 
by University of Western Ontario: Canada Department of 
Labour — University Research Program: 467; 717. 

Legal Decisions 

Right of striking television employees (CJAY-TV, Winnipeg) 
to picket station's advertisers, upheld by Manitoba Court of 
Queen's Bench, 715. 

United States Supreme Court: upholds decision for prompt 
payment of unemployment compensation though employer 
legally challenging payment, 519; upholds right of workers 
to receive welfare benefits when on strike, 519. 



Leisure See Publications 

Lever Brothers Ltd. 

Reciprocal pension transfer agreement between federal 
Government and Company. Canada: 81. 

Levine, Gilbert, Research Director, Canadian Union of Public 
Employees 
"The coming youth revolt in labour", — article, 722. 

Libraries See also Publications 

Publications Received in the Canada Department of Labour 
Library (monthly feature). 

Living Conditions See Standard of Living 

Logan, Rodman, E. New Brunswick Minister of Labour 
Appointment, 80. 

Logging 
Ont. Loggers' Safety Act: amendments, 43. 

Longshoremen See St. Lawrence Seaway 

Longshoremen's and Warehousemen's Union, International 
Year-round employment provided under contract between 
Union and Westshore Terminals Ltd., 159. 

Lorrain, L. H., Canadian Director, International Brotherhood 
of Pulp, Sulphite and Paper Mill Workers 
Address, Canadian caucus, international convention, 731. 

Love, J. D., Deputy Minister, fedeial Department of Regional 
Economic Expansion 
Appointment, 586. 

Low Income See Income 

Lumber Industry 

Survey of Quebec's forest industry — Gilbert Paille and Andre 
McNeil, Faculty of Forestry and Geodesy, Laval University, 
656. 



M 



Macdonald, Donald, President, Canadian Labour Congress 

Annual brief to federal Cabinet, 308. 

B.C. Federation of Labour — address, 15th annual conven- 
tion, 94. 

Canadian Food and Allied Workers' convention — remarks on 
organization within the Canadian labour movement, 515. 

Inter-American Institute for Labour Studies, Cuernavaca, 
Mexico — announces major additions to campus, 79; visits 
campus, 223. 

Labour Day message, 583. 

McGill University 
Bairstow, Mrs. Frances, Director, Industrial Relations Centre, 

appointment, 718. 
Industrial Relations Centre — 20th annual conference: papers 
presented on the right to strike in the Public Service, alter- 
natives to the strike, and project management, 530. 



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Report of Commission of Enquiry into Industrial Relations 
in the Nova Scotia Construction Industry — prepared by 
Dr. H. D. Woods, Dean of Arts and Science, 189. 

McGregor, W.C.Y., Chairman, Canadian Railway Labour 
Association 
Elected, 4. 
New Year message, 3. 

Mackasey, Hon. Bryce, federal Minister of Labour 

As a mediator — article, "Resolving industrial strife: is there 
a 'better way'?" by Ed Finn, CBRT, 774, 782. 

Labour Day message, 582. 

Canada Labour (Standards) Code — introduces amendments, 
378. 

CRLA brief to federal Cabinet — reply, 460. 

Collective bargaining, viewpoint on — "In need of repair but 
basically sound", 21. 

Displaced workers in clothing and textile industries — supple- 
mentary benefit; pre-retirement benefit — announces assist- 
ance program, 243. 

Honorary law degree conferred by Sir George Williams 
University, Montreal, 79. 

Industrial Relations and Disputes Investigation Act — intro- 
duces Bill to revise Act that becomes Part V of Canada 
Labour Code, 608. 

New Year message, 2. 

Unemployment insurance — introduces legislation for revamped 
plan, in House of Commons, 294. 

University of Calgary — extracts from address to students on 
conciliation services of Department of Labour, 226. 

Visits campus of Inter-American Institute for Labour Studies 
at Cuernavaca, Mexico, 223. 

MacLennan, Donald, Saskatchewan Minister of Labour 
Appointment, 7. 

Macmillan Bloedel Ltd. 
Wage cuts for top 60 executives of Canada's largest forest 
products company, 654. 

Maintenance of Way Employees, Brotherhood of 
Agreement with railway companies signed. UnitedStates: 361. 

Management See also Labour-Management Consultation; 
Labour-Management Co-operation 

Employers' Council of British Columbia — a forum for B.C. 
management, 314. 

Lorrain, L.H., Vice-President and Canadian Director, Inter- 
national Brotherhood of Pulp, Sulphite and Paper Mill 
Workers — address to Industrial Relations Management 
Association of British Columbia, 382. 

Management rights — provisions in major collective agreements 
in Canadian hospitals, 792, 793. 

"Meeting Managerial Manpower Needs" — B.A. Keys, F.G. 
Thompson and M. Heath, Economic Council of Canada, 
601. 

"Partnership with management: absurdity or necessity?" — 
arguments for and against industrial democracy concept: 
by K..R. Robinson, Director, Public Relations, PSAC: 
Part 1, 299; Part 2, 367. 



Price and wage guidelines for unions and management. 
West Germany: 82. 

Manitoba Court of Queen's Bench See Legal Decisions 

Manitoba Federation of Labour 
Convention, 17th annual, 614. 

Manpower See also Construction Industry; Publications 

(Book Reviews); Quebec Department of Labour and 

Manpower 
Hushion, Donald, Executive Director, Manpower Services, 

Ontario Department of Labour, appointment, 654. 
Workforce of 100,000,000 by 1980 predicted in Department 

of Labor survey. United States: 362. 

Manpower and Immigration, Federal Department of 
Immigration in 1970 — annual report, 360. 
Older workers — employment, training and pensions — paper 

presented by Associate Director, Manpower Utilization 

Branch, to National Institute of Industrial Gerontology 

in Phoenix, Arizona, 258, 313. 
Summer employment for students in 1970 — results of survey, 

226, 295. 

Manpower Planning 
"Meeting Managerial Manpower Needs" — B.A. Keys, F.G. 
Thompson and M. Heath, Economic Council of Canada, 
601. 

Manufacturing 

Automotive Manufacturing Assistance Regulations extended 
by Department of Industry, Trade and Commerce. Canada: 
590. 

Average weekly earnings for all employees in large manufac- 
turing companies (1969). Canada: 770. 

Profit margin of manufacturers in 1971 "lowest on record" — 
President, Canadian Manufacturers' Association, 426. 

Marchand, Jean, federal Minister of Regional and Economic 
Expansion 
On assistance to new geographical districts under Regional 
Development Incentives Act, 159. 

Maritime Employers' Association 

Masters, Arnie, appointed head of Association, 514. 

Maritimes 
Atlantic Provinces Economic Council — meeting, fourth annual, 
262. 

Masters, Arnie, Maritime Employers'' Association 
Appointment as head of Association, 514. 

Mechanical Construction Industry See Construction 

Industry 

Mediation 

Postal workers — agreement reached after rotating strikes — CB 
report by Judge Rene Lippe and appointment of two 
mediators, A.W.R. Carrothers, Calgary, and Thomas 
O'Connor, Toronto, 5. 



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Mediation Commission See British Columbia Mediation 
Commission act 

Medical Services 
N.B. Social Welfare Act: new regulation re health care services 

for welfare recipients, 251. 
Network of health and social development centres to be 

established. Manitoba: 517. 

Medicare 
Federal Government to pay 50 per cent of premiums paid by 
federal employees in Ontario, Alberta and British Columbia, 
222. 

Membership See Union Membership 

Mergers 
Postal unions — five unions sign merger pact. United States: 

363. 
Stone and Allied Products Workers of America merges with 

USWA, 80. 
United Steelworkers of America approves plan to merge with 

District 50, International Union of Allied and Technical 

Workers of the United States and Canada, 425. 

Metal Trades 

Multinational corporations in metal trades — 1LO Metal 
Trades Committee requests study by Governing Body, 228. 

Metalworkers' Federation. International See Interna- 
tional Metalworkers' Federation 

Middle-Aged Workers See Older Workers 

Military Unionism 
"Labour Unions in the Armed Forces" — article, K. R. 
Robinson, Director, Public Relations, Public Service 
Alliance of Canada, 159. 

Mineworkers of America, United 
Boyle, Tony, President — removal as trustee of union's Welfare 
and Retirement Fund ordered by U.S. District Court Judge, 
520. 

Minimum Labour Rights See Labour Rights 

Minimum Wages 
Increase in federal minimum wage. United States: 228. 
Legislation enacted in 1970. United States: 428. 
New female minimum wage order. British Columbia: 717. 
Proposed increase. Manitoba: 518. 

Mining 

Layoffs in mining industry in northwestern Quebec between 
January 1971 and June 1972, 587. 

Monroe Acme Ltd. 
Wage freeze agreed to in 1 8-month extension of former contract 
between Company and Local 984, UAW, 223. 

Motor Industry See Automotive Industry 



Motor Transport Industry 

One-man commission (C.A.L. Murchison, Q.C.) appointed to 
inquire into hours-of-work practices in motor transport 
industry. Canada: 718. 

Multinational Corporations 

B.C. Federation of Labour — resolution adopted at convention, 
95. 

Canadian Manufacturers' Association — centennial convention 
report, 668. 

Pulp, Sulphite and Paper Mill Workers, International Brother- 
hood of — international convention report, 731. 

Social impact in metal trades — ILO Metal Trades Committee 
requests study by Governing Body, 228. 

Munro, Hon. John, federal Minister of National Health and 
Welfare 

Announces new federal funding program for provincial guar- 
anteed income experiments, 770. 



N 



National Defence, Department of 

National joint consultation program — Department of National 
Defence and Labour- Management Consultation Branch, 
Canada Department of Labour, develop comprehensive 
labour-management relations committee system covering all 
Canadian forces bases and establishments, 315. 

National Foundation of Health, Welfare and Pension Plans 
Canadian Conference, 4th annual, 518. 

National Income See Income 

National Labour Relations Board (United States) 

Decision states that when firm is sold "collective bargaining 
contract remains in force and is applicable equally" to new 
employer and to negotiating union, 1 1. 

National Transportation See Transportation 

National Unions See Labour Unions 

New Brunswick Department of Labour 

Logan, Rodman E., Minister of Labour, appointment, 80. 

New Brunswick Federation of Labour 

Brief to provincial Government. 158. 
Conference, 15th annual, 613. 

New Year Messages 

McGregor, W. C. Y., chairman, Canadian Railway Labour 

Association, 3. 
Mackasey, Hon. Bryce, federal Minister of Labour, 2. 

Newfoundland Department of Labour 

Keough, William, Minister of Labour, death of, 296. 



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News Industry 

Sex discrimination and women's rights — special conference, 
American Newspaper Guild, 245. 

Noise Pollution 

B.C. Workmen's Compensation Act: noise hazard and hearing 

protection provisions of Accident Prevention Regulations, 

42. 
Coping with stress — C. L. Harris, International Harvester Co. 

of Canada Ltd., at IAPA conference, 463. 

Norway 
Committee to investigate grading holiday duration according 
to age, service, responsibility and type of work, 362. 

Nova Scotia Department of Labour 

Pace, Leonard, appointed Minister of Labour, 158. 

Nova Scotia Federation of Labour 
Convention, 15th annual, 96. 



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Obituaries 

Andras, Andy, Director, Legislation and Government Em- 
ployees Department, Canadian Labour Congress, 516. 

Bengough, Percy R., Honorary President, Canadian Labour 
Congress, 716. 

Candline, A. C. "Alf ", Western Canada Regional Supervisor, 
Labour-Management Consultation Branch, Canada Depart- 
ment of Labour, 587. 

Duggan, A. G., pioneer Newfoundland labour leader, 5. 

Elchyson, John, Chief Industrial Relations Officer, Saskatch- 
ewan Department of Labour, 360. 

Goulet, Paul, former Director, ILO Branch, Canada Depart- 
ment of Labour, 361. 

Kelman, Harry, Production Manager and Art Director, 
Canadian Labour Congress, 79. 

Keough, William, Newfoundland Minister of Labour, 296. 

Laporte, Pierre, Quebec Minister of Labour and Manpower, 
murdered on October 17, 1970 by Front de Liberation du 
Quebec, 6. 

Quimper, Donal, Assistant Chief Justice of Quebec Labour 
Court, 426. 

Rive, Alfred, former substitute representative of Canadian 
Government on Governing Body of ILO, 158. 

Occupational Safety See Safety 

Office Workers 

Canada-Wide Industrial Pension Plan (CWIPP) — non-con- 
tributory pension plan for workers in small industries and 
offices, established by CLC, 655. 

Old Age Pensions See Pensions 

Old Age Security 
Guaranteed Income Supplement under Plan — White Paper on 
income security proposals. Canada: 91. 



Older Workers See also Retirement 

Accuracy rather than speed creates special problems for 
retraining — summary of report on Gerontology by Dr. 
Eunice Belbin, Cambridge. Britain: 44. 

Douse, H. L., federal Department of Manpower and Immigra- 
tion — retirement of "Canada's Mr. Older Worker", 171. 

Effect of Advance Notice in a Plant Shutdown : A Study of the 
Closing of the Kelvinator Plant in London, Ontario — by 
University of Western Ontario: Canada Department of 
Labour — University Research Program: 467; 717. 

Employment of older workers — European study by Institute 
for Labour Market and Vocational Research, 657. 

Employment, training and pensions — paper presented by 
Associate Director, Manpower Utilization Branch, Canada 
Department of Manpower and Immigration, to National 
Institute of Industrial Gerontology in Phoenix, Arizona, 
258. 313. 

"New careers for older people" — Conference on Gerontology, 
Gainesville, Fla. United States: 392. 

Retirement — leisure time stepping stone to another job. 
United States : 7 1 9. 

"Starting Over" — Damon Stetson, New York Times: book 
review, 784. 

Oliver, Jules, Executive Director, Black United Front, Nova 
Scotia 
Conflict, confrontation and social reform — article by, 526. 

Ontario Department of Labour 

Carton, Gordon, Minister of Labour, appointment, 360. 
Hospital Labour Disputes Arbitration Act — study of the 

impact of the Act in Ontario hospitals, 321. 
Hushion, Donald, Executive Director, Manpower Service, 

appointment, 654. 
Research Board forecasts manpower requirements in 1975 for 

selected trades in mechanical construction industry, 80. 
"Task," quarterly magazine, wins award of excellence at 

conference on Corporate Communicators Canada, 588. 
"The Final Plateau"— retirement, article by Peggy Butler, 

Editor, "Task;" 538, 604. 

Ontario Department of Social and Family Services 

Summer Volunteer Program — young people as volunteers in 
social services — plan established by Department, 587. 

Ontario Federation of Labour 

Archer, David, President, named to Board of Governors, York 

University, 771. 
Convention, 14th annual, 96. 

Ontario Labour Relations Board 

Charitable donations as substitute for union dues— decisions 

of Board, 656. 
Jurisdictional dispute— Teamsters Union Local 91 v. Domtar 
Ltd., Trucking Division et al.— application for certification, 
127. 

Ontario Workmen's Compensation Board See also Work- 
men's Compensation 
Campbell, Ian, Director of Rehabilitation, appointment, 770. 



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Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development 

Employment of Women; report of Manpower and Social 
Affairs Directorate: book review, 161. 

Flexibility of Retirement — publication, Paris, 430. 

Part-time Employment — Its Extent and its Problems (Paris 
1968) — prepared by Jean Hallaire, Inspector General of the 
National Economy. France: 124. 

Re-entry of Women to the Labour Market after an Interrup- 
tion in Employment — publication, Paris. France: 430. 



Pepin, Marcel, President, Confederation of National Trade 

Unions 
Announces planned resignation at specially convened meeting, 

589. 
Convention — "moral report," on sectorial negotiations and 

study on supplemental pension plans for CNTU members 

presented at 44th annual meeting, 442. 

Personal Income 

Changes in federal tax system related to personal income. 
Canada: 585. 



Personnel See Publications 



Pace, Leonard, Nova Scotia Minister of Labour 
Appointment, 158. 

Paid Holidays See Holidays; Vacations with Pay 

Part-Time Employment 

Part-Time Employment — Its Extent and its Problems (Paris 
1968) OECD — prepared by Jean Hallaire, Inspector General 
of the National Economy. France: 124. 

Partnership 
"Partnership with management: absurdity or necessity?" — 
arguments for and against industrial democracy concept: 
by K. R. Robinson, Director, Public Relations, PSAC: 
Part 1,299; Part 2, 367. 

Pensions See also Canada Pension Plan; Civilian War 
Pensions and Allowances Act; Older Workers 

Act respecting supplemental pension plans. Quebec: 184. 

Canada-Wide Industrial Pension Plan (CWIPP) — non-con- 
tributory pension plan for workers in small industries and 
offices, established by CLC, 655. 

CBRT policy statement, 26. 

Canadian Pacific pension plan improvements, 518. 

CNTU convention — remarks of National President Marcel 
Pepin, 443. 

CNTU members — supplemental pension plans, brochure dis- 
tributed at 44th annual convention, 445. 

Lever Brothers Ltd. — reciprocal pension transfer agreement 
between federal Government and Company. Canada: 81. 

National Foundation of Health, Welfare and Pension Plans — 
4th annual Canadian Conference, 518. 

Old age pensions — resolution adopted by TUC. Britain: 787. 

Ontario government employees — retirement pension increased 
2 per cent a year, 227. 

Pension: reward or right? — article, Peggy Butler, Editor 
"Task", Ontario Department of Labour, 448. 

Prisoners of war — special pension status to former prisoners of 
war of the Japanese — first reading, new veterans pensions bill. 
Canada: 361. 

30-and-out pension formula — provision of new three-year 
contract signed between Hiram Walker and Sons Ltd., and 
Local 61, Distillery, Rectifying, Wine and Allied Workers' 
International Union of America, 296. 

Veterans disability pensions increased. Canada: 361. 

White Paper on income security — legislative proposals — 
Family Allowance program; Old Age pensions; Canada 
Pension Plan; Canada Assistance Plan, 91. 



Picketing 

Right of striking television employees (C JAY-TV, Winnipeg) 
to picket station's advertisers, upheld by Manitoba Court of 
Queen's Bench, 715. 

Placements See Job Opportunities 

Planning See Publications 

Plumbers See Construction Industry 

Policemen 

Labour legislation enacted in 1969-70: Policemen and Fire- 
men: Quebec, 176; Alberta, 179; Newfoundland, 180, 181; 
Manitoba, 181-182. 

Policemen and the right to strike — provisions of Labour 
Relations Act. Manitoba: 654. 



Political Action 

CNTU convention — remarks 
Pepin, 442. 



of National President Marcel 



Pollution See also Noise Pollution 

B.C. Federation of Labour — resolution adopted at annual 
convention, 95. 

Poor See Poverty 

Postal Unions See Labour Unions 

Postal Workers 
Committee of Inquiry into Post Office strike — wage increases 

and other recommendations, agreed on — Unions of Postal 

Workers. Britain: 519. 
Job security vital issue — Canadian Union of Postal Workers, 

convention report, 590. 
Rotating strikes — agreement reached; CB report by Judge 

Rene Lippe; appointment of two mediators — A.W.R. Carr- 

others, Calgary and Thomas O'Connor, Toronto, 5. 

Poverty 

Canadian Chamber of Commerce brief to federal Government, 
recommendations, 175. 

Number of poor people increased in 1970. Bureau of the 
Census. United States: 592. 

Training the Poor: a benefit-costs analysis of manpower pro- 
grams in the U.S. antipoverty program — Industrial Relations 
Centre, Queen's University, 430. 

Premiums See Shift Premiums 



INDEX 



Pressure Vessels 

Canada Boiler and Pressure Vessel Regulations, 41. 

Price Control 
Ceiling on food prices decreed by Government. Sweden: 10. 
Government controls for prices and incomes announced in 
Dublin, Ireland: 10. 

Price Guidelines See Guidelines 

Prices 

First four of 18 craft disputes boards established under Order 
providing for stabilization of wages and prices in construc- 
tion industry. United States: 427. 

90-day freeze on prices, rents, wages and salaries in U.S. — 
Canadian-U.S. reaction, 733. 

Statistics: Tables F-l and F-2: total and main components of 
consumer price index: consumer price indexes for regional 
cities. Canada: monthly feature. 

Prices and Incomes Commission (Canada) 

Report on collective agreement signed between London Sheet 
Metal Contractors' Association and Local 473, Sheet Metal 
Workers' International Association, 424. 

Prime Minister's Task Force on Labour Relations See Task 
Force on Labour Relations 

Prince Edward Island Federation of Labour 
Convention, 6th annual, 96. 

Prisoners of War 

Special pension status to former prisoners of war of the 
Japanese — first reading, new veterans pensions bill. Canada: 
361. 

Processing Plants 

Union recognition clause unsettled as agreement reached 
between 250 striking fishermen and processing plants. Nova 
Scotia: 9. 

Production 

Effects of absenteeism in motor industry more devastating 
than strikes. Italy: 82. 

Productive Employment See also Remploy Limited 

Government fiscal policies to assist in creation of productive 
employment, discussed by economists at International 
Labour Office, Geneva, 229. 
ILO World Employment Program — efforts to expand pro- 
ductive employment in Kenya and Iran, 592. 

Professional Workers 

Increase in number of professional workers by 1980 — survey, 

Department of Labor. United States: 362. 
Job openings for professional workers and executives — report 

of Technical Service Council, non-profit Toronto placement 

service operated by industry, 225, 517, 655. 
Job opportunities declined and job seekers increased, in 

1970 — national-wide survey, Technical Service Council of 

Toronto, 7. 
Professional employees associations with headquarters in 

United States — increase in membership, 770. 



Profit 

Profit margin of manufacturers in 1971 "lowest on record" — 
President, Canadian Manufacturers' Association, 426. 

Public Employees See Canadian Union of Public Employees 

Public Health See Health 

Public Relations 

Canada in 1985 — report of Canadian Committee of the 
Hudson Institute, presented at annual meeting of the 
Canadian Public Relations Society, 736. 

Public Service 

McGill University, Industrial Relations Centre — 20th annual 

conference: papers presented on the right to strike in the 

Public Service . . . 530. 
Medicare provisions — federal Government to pay 50 per cent 

of premiums paid by federal employees in Ontario, Alberta 

and British Columbia, 222. 
N.W.T. Public Service Ordinance, 183. 
Quebec Civil Service Department Act, enactment, 182. 
Yukon Public Service Staff Relations Ordinance, 182. 

Public Service Alliance of Canada 

Affiliation with provincial federation announced by President 
Claude Edwards at Ontario Federation of Labour con- 
vention, 96. 

"Labour Unions in the Armed Forces" — article, K.R. Robin- 
son, Director, Public Relations, 159. 

"Partnership with management: absurdity or necessity?" — 
arguments for and against industrial democracy concept: 
K.R. Robinson, Director, Public Relations: Part 1, 299; 
Part 2, 367. 

Public Service Commission of Canada 

Addison, Ruth, retirement as member of Commission, 514. 
Lutes, Carol, Co-ordinator of Equal Employment Oppor- 
tunities, appointment, 227. 

Publications 

(The) Best of The Canadian Personnel Journal— by J.R. 

Perigoe and T.F. Hercus: book review: 366. 
A Calendar of Expiring Agreements, Canada Department of 

Labour, 81. 
(The) Constitutional Framework of Union Finance— Dr. J.K. 

Eaton, Canada Department of Labour: book review, 83. 
Day-care reading list prepared by Freda Paltiel. Canada: 681. 
Developments in the Enactment and Administration of Labour 

Laws in Canada 1969-70— Canada Department of Labour, 

422. 
The Effect of Advance Notice in a Plant Shutdown: A Study 

of the Closing of the Kelvinator Plant in London, Ontario— 

by University of Western Ontario: Canada Department of 

Labour — University Research Program: 467, 717. 
The Emerging Worker— William A. Westley, Director, McGill 

Industrial Relations Centre, and Margaret W. Westley, 523. 
Employment of Women; report of Manpower and Social 

Affairs Directorate, OECD: book review, 161. 
Equal Remuneration for Work of Equal Value— Canada 

Department of Labour, 222. 
Flexibility of Retirement Age— OECD, Paris, France: 430. 
4 days, 40 hours— Reporting a Revolution in Work and 

Leisure — ed. Riva Poor: book review, 161. 



INDEX 



Hours of Work in Canada — Canada Department of Labour, 
430. 

Industrial and Labour Relations Research in Canada — 1970 
edition, Canada Department of Labour, 4. 

It's Your Turn ... A Report to the Secretary of State by the 
Committee on Youth — on high unemployment among 
young people. Canada: 716. 

Labour Organizations in Canada 1970 — Canada Department 
of Labour, 172. 

Labour Standards in Canada — 1970 edition — Canada Depart- 
ment of Labour, 716. 

Long-run Changes in the Labour Share of National Income 
in Canada, 1926-1966 — Kumar, Industrial Relations Centre, 
Queen's University: Canada Department of Labour — Uni- 
versity Research Program: 429, 717. 

Manpower & Planning: 9 Papers Presented at symposium by 
Industrial Relations Counselors Inc.: book review: United 
States: 27. 

Meeting Managerial Manpower Needs — B.A. Keys, F.G. 
Thompson and M. Heath, Economic Council of Canada, 
601. 

Part-Time Employment — Its Extent and its Problems (Paris 
1968) OECD — prepared by Jean Hallaire, Inspector General 
of the National Economy, France: 124. 

Performance and Potential; mid-1950s to mid-1970s — supple- 
ment to seventh annual review, Economic Council of 
Canada, 30. 

Publications Received in the Canada Department of Labour 
Library (monthly feature). 

Re-entry of Women to the Labour Market after an Interrup- 
tion in Employment — OECD, Paris. France: 430. 

Relationships Between Canadian-American Wage Settle- 
ments: An Empirical Study of Five Industries — Bryan M. 
Downie, Industrial Relations Centre, Queen's University, 
264. 

Review of Employment and Average Weekly Wages and 
Salaries 1967-69, DBS report, 358. 

Starting Over — Damon Stetson, New York Times: book 
review: 784. 

Studies of the Task Force on Labour Relations — studies 
provided under contract for Prime Minister's Task Force 
on Labour Relations. Information Canada: book review: 
83, 264, 430. 

"Task", quarterly magazine, Ontario Department of Labour, 
wins award of excellence at conference on Corporate Com- 
municators Canada, 588. 

Training the Poor: a benefit-costs analysis of manpower pro- 
grams in the U.S. antipoverty program — Sewell, Industrial 
Relations Centre, Queen's University, 430. 

Women workers in the union movement — bilingual booklet 
published by Canadian Union of Public Employees, 771. 

Working Conditions in Canadian Industry, Report No. 13 — 
Economics and Research Branch, Canada Department of 
Labour, 264. 

Pulp and Paper Mill Workers 

B.C. Mediation Commission Act — first settlement under Act — 
strike between International Brotherhood of Electrical 
Workers and Alberni Pulp and Paper Ltd. mill, 4. 

Pulp Industry 

A construction success story — report by Labour-Management 
Consultation Branch, Canada Department of Labour, on 
construction of mill at Nackawic, N.B., 788. 



Pulp, Sulphite and Paper Mill Workers, International 
Brotherhood of 

Lorrain, L.H., Vice-President and Canadian Director — address 
to Industrial Relations Management Association of British 
Columbia, 382. 

More autonomy for Canadian section requested by 300-member 
Canadian caucus, 731; other recommendations at interna- 
tional convention, 731-32. 



Quebec Co-operation Council 

Role of "co-ops" in economic and social progress of developing 
countries — seminar organized by ILO and Council, 656. 

Quebec Department of Labour and Manpower 

Cournoyer, Jean, Minister of Labour and Manpower, ap- 
pointment, 6, 159. 
Laporte, Pierre, Minister of Labour and Manpower, murdered 
on October 17, 1970, by Front de Liberation du Quebec, 6. 

Quebec Federation of Labour 

Jacques-Cartier Typographical Union celebrated centennial 

in 1970, 227. 
Labour education school for women sponsored by Federation 
and CLC, 226. 

Queen's University 

Long-run Changes in the Labour Share of National Income 
in Canada, 1926-1966 Kumar, Industrial Relations Centre: 
Canada Department of Labour — University Research Pro- 
gram, 429, 717. 

Service industries, Canadian, two-year study — Canada Council 
grant to Dr. W.D. Wood, Director, Industrial Relations 
Centre, 4. 



R 



Radiation See Safety 



Railway, Airline and Steamship Clerks, Freight Handlers, 
Express and Station Employees, Brotherhood of 
Agreement with railway companies signed. United States: 
361. 

Railway Arbitration See Canadian Railway Office of 
Arbitration 

Railway, Transport and General Workers, Canadian 

Brotherhood of 
Convention, 28th triennial, 26; Donald N. Secord elected 

President, 26. 
"Resolving industrial strife: is there a 'better way'?" — Ed 

Finn, Research Director, 774. 
St. Lawrence Seaway workers — provisions of new two-year 

contract between Seaway Authority and union, 585. 
West Coast towboat industry — settlement of dispute between 

B.C. Towboat Owners' Association and CBRT, 86. 

Railway Unions See Labour Unions 



INDEX 



Railways 

CRLA brief to federal Cabinet, 458; Government's reply, 460. 

Rail line abandonment — freeze on applications sought by 
railway unions — CBRT publication "Canadian Transport," 
590. 

Railroad Safety Act enacted. United States: 228. 

Three major unions sign agreements with railway companies — 
Brotherhood of Maintenance of Way Employees; Hotel 
and Restaurant Employees and Bartenders' International 
Union; Brotherhood of Railway, Airline and Steamship 
Clerks, Freight Handlers, Express and Station Employees. 
United States: 361. 

Reciprocal Pension Agreement See Pensions 

Re-Employment 
The Effect of Advance Notice in a Plant Shutdown: A Study 
of the Closing of the Kelvinator Plant in London, Ontario — 
by University of Western Ontario: Canada Department of 
Labour — University Research Program: 467; 717. 

Regional Development Incentives Act 
Designation of geographical districts eligible for federal 
assistance, 159. 

Rehabilitation See Social Assistance 

Relief 
"Men on Relief" — report, Canadian Council on Social 
Development, 624. 

Remploy Limited 

Provides productive employment for severely disabled men 
and women. Britain: 616. 

Rents 

Canadian-U.S. reaction to 90-day freeze on prices, rents, 
wages and salaries in U.S., 733. 



Retraining See also Industrial Training 

Job training and retraining — project for unemployed recipients 

of public assistance in Metro Toronto: 657. 
Operation 2000— job retraining program "Return to Normal 

Life" to reintegrate welfare recipients into labour force. 

Quebec: 718. 

Riggin, R.P., Vice-President, Corporate Relations, Noranda 
Mines Ltd. 
"Strikes: Today's monstrosity, tomorrow's dinosaur" — ex- 
tracts from address, Rotary Club, Kingston, Ont., 14. 

Right to Strike See Strikes and Lockouts 

Rive, Alfred, International Labour Organization 
Death of former substitute representative of Canadian Govern- 
ment on Governing Body of ILO, 158. 

Robinson, Kenneth R., Director of Public Relations, Public 

Service Alliance oj Canada 
"Labour Unions in the Armed Forces" — article published 

in the Civil Service Review", 159. 
"Partnership with management: absurdity or necessity?" — 

arguments for and against industrial democracy concept. 

Part 1, 299; Part 2, 367. 

Rondou, Rene, President, Tobacco Workers' 1 International Union 
(AFL-CIO/CLC) 
First Canadian to be named President, 10. 

Rotating Strikes See Strikes and Lockouts 

Royal Commission on the Status of Women 
Review of activities, 164. 

Rubber, Cork, Linoleum and Plastic Workers of America 
12-month extension of contract between Dunlop Canada Ltd., 
and Local 494, 223. 



Research See Canada Department of Labour-University 
Research Program; Industrial Research; Ontario 
Department of Labour 

Research and Development Foundation 
Established by Canadian Construction Association, 426. 

Retired Government Employees See Pensions 

Retirement See also Older Workers 

Canadian Pacific pension plan improvements, 518. 
Early retirement for all workers after 30 years service — provi- 
sion of new contracts signed by three major auto companies 

and UAW. Canada: 425. 
Flexibility of Retirement Age— OECD, Paris, France: 430. 
Industrial change — assistance program for displaced workers 

in clothing and textile industries — supplementary benefit; 

pre-retirement benefit. Canada: 243. 
"Learning the art of retirement" — H.L. Douse, retired Chief, 

Older Worker Section, Department of Manpower and 

Immigration, 593. 
Retirement — leisure time stepping stone to another job. 

United States: 719. 
"The Final Plateau" — Peggy Butler, Editor "Task," Ontario 

Department of Labour, 538, 604. 



Safety 

Alta. Electrical Protection Act: new safety regulations, 43. 

Alta. Public Health Act: regulations, 43. 

Alta. Radiation Protection Act: new legislation, 43. 

Alta. Workmen's Compensation Act: revised regulations, 41. 

B.C. Workmen's Compensation Act: noise hazard and 

hearing protection provisions of Accident Prevention 

Regulations, 42. 
Canada Boiler and Pressure Vessel Regulations, 41. 
Labour legislation in 1969-70: Part 5: industrial safety, 41. 
N.B. Industrial Safety Council — membership extended, 43. 
Nfld. Accident Prevention Regulations, 41. 
N.S. Industrial Safety Act: regulations, 41. 
Ont. Elevators and Lifts Act: amendments, 43. 
Ont. Industrial Safety Act: amendments, 43. 
Ont. Loggers' Safety Act : amendments, 43. 
P.E.I. Elevators and Lifts Act: regulations, 42. 
Que. Industrial and Commercial Establishments Act: revised 

regulations, 43. 
Railroad Safety Act: enactment. United States: 228. 
Safety and Health Act: enactment. United States: 229. 
Sask. Accident Prevention Regulations, 41. 



INDEX 



Symbol adaptable by province's industrial accident prevention 
associations chosen by Ontario Workmen's Compensation 
Board, 8. 

St. Lawrence Seaway 

St. Lawrence Seaway workers — provisions of new two-year 
contract between Seaway Authority and CBRT, 585. 

Salaries See Wages 

Saskatchewan Department of Labour 

Elchyson, John, Chief Industrial Relations Officer, death of, 

360. 
MacLennan, Donald, Minister of Labour, appointment, 7. 

Saskatchewan Federation of Labour 
Convention, 15th annual, 95. 

Scholarships 

Alberta Government Scholarships to Labour College of 
Canada — first winter, 426. 

Seafarers' International Union 

West Coast towboat industry — settlement of dispute between 
B.C. Towboat Owners' Association and SIU, 86. 

Seamen 

New international standards to improve living and working 
conditions of seafarers set by International Labour Con- 
ference at maritime session, 1 1 ; Canadian delegation, 1 1 . 

Seasonal Employment See Summer Employment 

Seaway Workers See St. Lawrence Seaway 

Secord, Donald N., President, Canadian Brotherhood of Rail- 
way, Transport and General Workers 
Elected, 26. 

Self-Service Employment See Employment 

Senate (Canada) 
Appointments — 

Forsey, Dr. Eugene, labour expert, 5. 
Lawson, Edward, Canadian Director, IBT, 5. 

Senate Committee on Finance 

Inflation and unemployment in Canada: two views — Sir Roy 
Harrod, British economist, 618; Russell Bell, Research 
Director, CLC, 619. 

Senior Citizens See also Retirement 

Family Benefits allowance for senior citizens increased. 
Ontario: 518. 

Seniority 

"Continental seniority" clause in agreement between Chrysler 
Corporation and UAW — seniority rights of employees 
transferred because of plant shutdowns in Canada or U.S., 
protected, 717. 

Settlements See also Collective Labour Agreements 

Settlements reached in 1970 by conciliation services of Canada 
Department of Labour — extracts from address by Minister 
of Labour to students at University of Calgary, 226. 



Sex Discrimination See Discrimination 

Shane, Bernard, Vice-President and Canadian Director, Inter- 
national Ladies'' Garment Workers' 1 Union 
Testimonial dinner for 80-year-old official, 79 ; retirement, 294. 

Sheet Metal Workers See Construction Industry 

Sheet Metal Workers' International Association 

Prices and Incomes Commission report on collective agree- 
ment signed between London Sheet Metal Contractors' 
Association and Local 473. Canada: 424. 

Shift Premiums 

Provisions in major collective agreements in Canadian hos- 
pitals, 793. 

Shipping See also Towboat Industry 

Masters, Arnie, appointment as head of Maritime Employers' 
Association, 514. 

Shutdowns 

The Effect of Advance Notice in a Plant Shutdown: A Study 
of the Closing of the Kelvinator Plant in London, Ontario — 
by University of Western Ontario: Canada Department of 
Labour — University Research Program: 467, 717. 

Sick Leave 

Provisions in major collective agreements in Canadian hos- 
pitals, 793. 

Social Aid See Social Assistance 

Social Assistance See also Social Development 

B.C. legislation: 257. 

Man. Social Allowances Act: amendments — appeal proce- 
dures, etc., 255. 

Nfld. Department of Welfare renamed Department of Social 
Services and Rehabilitation, 248. 

Nfld. Social Assistance Act: amendment re appeal procedures, 
248. 

N.S. Social Assistance Appeal Regulations: amendment re 
appeal procedure, 249. 

Ont. Family Benefits program: amendments, 253. 

Ont. General Welfare Assistance Program: revised regula- 
tions, 254. 

P.E.I. Welfare Assistance Regulations: amendment, 249. 

Que. Social Aid Act: regulations, 251. 

Sask. Assistance Regulations: amendments, 256. 

Social Development See also Social Assistance 
Alta. Social Development Act: regulations, 256. 
Network of health and social development centres to be 
established. Manitoba: 517. 

Social Legislation 

CBRT policy statement, 26. 

Social Security 

Ten per cent increase in payments. United States: 427. 
White Paper on income security — legislative proposals — 
Family Allowance Program; Old Age Pensions; Canada 
Pension Plan; Canada Assistance Plan, 91. 



INDEX 



Social Services See also Social Assistance; Social Develop- 
ment 

Canadian Labour Congress — Social and Community Programs 
Department established — Jim MacDonald, Director, 6. 

Summer Volunteer Program — young people as volunteers in 
social services — plan established by Ontario Department of 
Social and Family Services, 587. 

Spain 

Ratifies twenty ILO conventions, 592. 

Stabilization 

Stabilization of wages and prices in construction industry — 
first four of 18 craft disputes boards established under 
Order. United States: 427. 

Standard of Living 

Report on low incomes. Sweden: 82. 

Seafarers — new international standards to improve living and 
working conditions set by International Labour Conference 
at maritime session, 11 ; Canadian delegation, 1 1. 

Statistics, Dominion Bureau of 

Gross national product in 1970. Canada: 296. 
"Review of Employment and Average Weekly Wages and 
Salaries 1967-69", 358. 

Steamfitters See Construction Industry 

Steelworkers of America, United 

"International unions and the struggle for employee inde- 
pendence" — by Murray Cotterill, PR Director (Canada) 
USWA, 232. 

Merger with District 50, International Union of Allied and 
Technical Workers of the United States and Canada, 
approved, 425. 

Stone and Allied Products Workers of America merges with 
USWA, 80. 

Stewart, R.C.T., President, Canadian Construction Association 
Address, Construction Association of Nova Scotia, 517. 
Elected, 225. 

Stone and Allied Products Workers of America, United 
Merger with USWA, 80. 

Stress 

Coping with stress — address, Dr. Hans Selye, University of 
Montreal, at IAPA conference, 463. 

Strikes and Lockouts 

B.C. Mediation Commission Act — first settlement under Act — 
strike between International Brotherhood of Electrical 
Workers and Alberni Pulp and Paper Ltd. mill, 4. 

Collective bargaining under fire — three viewpoints: (1) 
"Strikes: Today's monstrosity, tomorrow's dinosaur." — 
R.P. Riggin, Vice-President, Corporate Relations, Noranda 
Mines Ltd., 14; (2) "Strikes: reluctant instrument in a free 
enterprise economy." — Bernard Brody, Department of 
Industrial Relations, University of Montreal, 19; (3) "In 
need of repair but basically sound." — Hon. Bryce Mackasey, 
federal Minister of Labour, 21. 

Committee of Inquiry into Post Office strike — wage increases 
and other recommendations agreed on. Britain: 519. 



Emergency legislation bans strikes and lockouts for six weeks. 
Sweden: 363. 

Fishermen — union recognition clause unsettled as agreement 
reached between 250 striking fishermen and processing 
plants. Nova Scotia: 9. 

Flin Flon strike — agreement between Association of Flin Flon 
Trades Unions and Hudson Bay Mining and Smelting Co., 
588. 

Jail guards — five-day strike by guards at five provincial jails, 
terminated. Alberta: 770. 

Labour legislation enacted in 1969-70: policemen and firemen: 
Quebec, 176; Alberta, 179; Newfoundland, 180, 181; 
Manitoba, 181-82. 

McGill University, Industrial Relations Centre — 20th annual 
conference: papers presented on the right to strike in the 
Public Service, alternatives to the strike, and project man- 
agement, 530. 

Policemen and the right to strike — provisions of Labour 
Relations Act. Manitoba: 654. 

Right of workers to receive welfare benefits when on strike, 
upheld — decision of U.S. Supreme Court, 519. 

Rotating strikes — agreement reached; CB report by Judge 
Rene Lippe; appointment of two mediators — A. W. R. 
Carrothers, Calgary, and Thomas O'Connor, Toronto, 5. 

60-day cooling-off period for national emergency strikes — 
provision of new industrial relations bill. Britain: 82; 
passed, 362. 

Statistics Tables G-l to G-4: by year, by industry, by juris- 
diction and monthly report. Canada: (monthly feature) 

Teachers — first province-wide strike. British Columbia: 423. 

Television employees — right of striking employees (CJAY-TV, 
Winnipeg) to picket station's advertisers, upheld by Mani- 
toba Court of Queen's Bench, 715. 

Students 

Students hired in 1970 — report, federal Department of Man- 
power and Immigration, 295. 

Summer employment for students in 1970 — results of survey 
by federal Department of Manpower and Immigration, 226. 

Subsidies See Wages 

Summer Employment See also Students 

Seasonal workers from the Caribbean to assist Ontario 

farmers, 363, 424. 
Summer job programs in 1971. United States: 592. 

Supplemental Pensions See Pensions 

Supplements See Certification and Conciliation (Part II of 
Index); Publications 

Surtax 

Canadian-U.S. reaction to Nixon surtax, 733. 

Sweden 

Ceiling on food prices decreed by Government, 10. 
Report on low incomes, 82. 

Strikes and lockouts banned for six weeks by emergency 
legislation, 363. 

Swift Canadian Co. Ltd. 

Wage parity for women under terms of new collective labour 
agreement, 226. 



INDEX 



Tariff 

Canadian-U.S. reaction to Nixon surtax, 733. 

Task Force on Labour Relations 

"Studies of the Task Force on Labour Relations" — studies 
provided under contract for Prime Minister's Task Force 
on Labour Relations. Information Canada: book review: 
83, 264, 430. 

Taxation See Income Tax 



Three-Day Workweek 

Trial period, Imperial Oil's Winnipeg refinery, 296. 

Tobacco Workers' International Union (AFL-CIO/CLC) 
Rondou, Rene, first Canadian to be named President, 10. 

Towboat Industry 

West Coast towboat industry — settlement of disputes between 
B.C. Towboat Owners' Association and (1) Canadian Mer- 
chant Service Guild; (2) Seafarers' International Union; 
and (3) Canadian Brotherhood of Railway, Transport and 
General Workers, 86. 



Teachers 

First province-wide strike of teachers. British Columbia: 423. 
Labour legislation enacted in 1969-70. Quebec: 176. 

Teamsters, Chauffeurs, Warehousemen and Helpers of 
America, International Brotherhood of 

Fitzsimmons, Frank E., President, elected, 657. 

Hoffa, James R., President, resignation, 657. 

Jurisdictional dispute — Teamsters Union Local 91 v. Domtar 
Ltd., Trucking Division et al. — application for certification 
before Ontario Labour Relations Board, 127. 

Lawson, Edward, Canadian Director, appointed to Senate, 5. 

Technical Service Council 

Job openings for professional workers and executives — report 
of non-profit Toronto placement service operated by in- 
dustry, 7, 225, 517, 655. 

Technical Workers 

Increase in number of technical workers by 1980 — survey, 
Department of Labor. United States: 362. 

Technological Change 

Bill to revise Industrial Relations and Disputes Investigation 
Act — to become Part V, Canada Labour Code — provisions 
of new legislation, 610. 

Reorganization of the UIC — resolving the problem of tech- 
nological change, 32. 

Technology 

ILO Building, Civil Engineering and Public Works Com- 
mittee — government action to protect construction workers 
from adverse consequences of new technologies, urged at 
two-week session, Geneva, 719. 

Television Workers 

Right of striking television employees (CJAY-TV, Winnipeg) 
to picket station's advertisers, upheld by Manitoba Court 
of Queen's Bench, 715. 

Temporary Layoffs See Layoffs 

Termination of Employment 

Ont. Employment Standards Act: Part 1A: termination of 
employment — regulations, 246. 

Textile Industry 

Industrial change — assistance program for displaced workers 
in textile industry — supplementary benefit; pre-retirement 
benefit: Canada: 243. 



Trade 

Canadian-US. reaction to Nixon surtax, 733. 

Trade Union Membership See Union Membership 

Trade Unions See Labour Unions 

Trades See Construction Industry 

Trades Union Congress (British) 
Conference, 103rd annual, 787. 

Tradesmen's Qualifications 

B.C. Apprenticeship and Tradesmen's Qualifications Act; 

legislative changes in 1969-70, 38. 
Labour legislation in 1969-70: Part 4: apprenticeship and 

tradesmen's qualifications, 38. 
N.B. Industrial Training and Certification Act: regulations, 40. 
N.S. Apprenticeship and Tradesmen's Qualifications Act: 

amendments, 40. 
Ont. Apprenticeship and Tradesmen's Qualifications Act: new 

regulations, 39. 

Training See also Industrial Training; Job Training; 

Retraining 
Recommendation of the Royal Commission on the Status of 

Women. Canada: 169. 
Trade union training courses in five African countries sponsored 

by ICFTU, 427. 
Training the Poor: a benefit-costs analysis of manpower in 

the U.S. anti-poverty program— Industrial Relations Centre, 

Queen's University, 430. 

Transference See Labour Transference 

Transportation See Railways 

Trudeau, Rt. Hon. Pierre, Prime Minister of Canada 
Reply to CLC brief, 311. 



U 

Unemployment See also Labour Force 

CLC brief to federal Cabinet, 308; Government's reply, 311. 
CNTU convention — remarks of National President Marcel 

Pepin, 443. 
Employment Review — monthly report on employment and 

unemployment. Canada. 



INDEX 



Inflation and unemployment in Canada: two views — Sir Roy 

Harrod, British economist, 618; Russell Bell, Research 

Director, CLC, 619. 
It's Your Turn ...... A Report to the Secretary of State by the 

Committee on Youth — on high unemployment among young 

people. Canada: 716. 
Job training and retraining — project for unemployed recip- 
ients of public assistance in Metro Toronto, 657. 
Layoffs in mining industry in northwestern Quebec between 

January 1971 and June 1972, 587. 
"Men on Relief" — report, Canadian Council on Social 

Development, 624. 
Operation 2000 — job retraining program "Return to Normal 

Life" to reintegrate welfare recipients into labour force. 

Quebec: 718. 
"Performance and Potential; mid-1950s to mid-1970s" — 

supplement to seventh annual review, Economic Council 

of Canada, 30. 
Resolution adopted by TUC. Britain: 787. 
Unemployment as at April, 1971. Britain: 427. 

Unemployment Insurance 

Benefits — 10 per cent increase announced by federal Minister 
of Finance. Canada: 79. 

New legislation for revamped Unemployment Insurance plan 
introduced in House of Commons by Hon. Bryce Mackasey, 
federal Minister of Labour, 294. 

Prompt payment of compensation though employer legally 
challenging payment — decision upheld by U.S. Supreme 
Court, 519. 

Royal Commission on the Status of Women — recommenda- 
tion, 169. 

Statistics: Tables E-l to E-4 (monthly feature). Canada. 

UIC report (monthly feature). Canada. 

Unemployment insurance fund (monthly report.) Canada. 

Unemployment Insurance Act 



ecisions of the Ump 


ire — 






CUB No. 


Page 


CUB No. 


Page 


— 


196 


2982 


472 


2917 


550 


2989 


697 


2943 


636 


2992 


332 


2945 


125 


3001 


751 


2967 


45 


3042 


798 


2977 


269 







Union Autonomy See Labour Unions 

Union Dues 

Charitable donations as substitute for union dues- 
of Ontario Labour Relations Board, 656. 



-decisions 



Union Finance 

"The Constitutional Framework of Union Finance" — Dr. 
J. K. Eaton, Economist, Canada Department of Labour, 83. 

Union-Industries 

First Canadian show, sponsored by Union Label Trades 
Department, Canadian Labour Congress, 8. 

Union Label See Union-Industries 

Union Membership 

Britain — trade union membership, 229; Trades Union Con- 
gress, 787. 

Canada — industrial and geographic distribution of union 
membership (1970), 557. 

CALURA— 7th annual report (1968), 295. 

Hospitals — provisions in major collective agreements in 
Canadian hospitals, 793. 

Japan — trade union membership, 1970 survey, 427. 

United States — increase in membership in trade unions with 
headquarters in, 770. 

Women in trade unions in Canada and U.S.A., 682. 



Union of Postal Workers (Britain) 

Committee of Inquiry into Post Office strike- 
and other recommendations decided, 519. 



-wage increases 



Union Organization See Labour Organization(s) ; Labour 

Unions 

Union Recognition 

Union recognition clause unsettled as agreement reached be- 
tween 250 striking fishermen and processing plants. Nova 
Scotia: 9 

Union Security 

Provisions in major collective agreements in Canadian hos- 
pitals, 792, 793. 



Revised legislation, 590. 

Unemployment Insurance Advisory Committee 

Operations of Unemployment Insurance Fund — report for 
fiscal year 1969-70, 118; for 1970-71, 796. 

Unemployment Insurance Commission 

Reorganization of the UIC— resolving the problem of tech- 
nological change, 32. 

Unfair Industrial Action 

Provision of new industrial relations bill. Britain: 82; passed, 
362. 

Unfair Labour Practices 

Bill to revise Industrial Relations and Disputes Investigation 
Act — to become Part V, Canada Labour Code — provisions 
of new legislation, 609. 



Unions See Labour Unions 

United Auto Workers See Auto Workers 

United Fishermen and Allied Workers' Union 

Union recognition clause unsettled as agreement reached be- 
tween 250 striking fishermen and processing plants. Nova 
Scotia: 9 

United Mineworkers of America See Mineworkers of 
America, United 

United Rubber, Cork, Linoleum and Plastic Workers of 
America See Rubber, Cork, Linoleum and Plastic 
Workers of America, United 

United States See Subject Headings 



INDEX 



United States Supreme Court 

Upholds decision for prompt payment of unemployment com- 
pensation though employer legally challenging payment, 519. 

Upholds right of workers to receive welfare benefits when on 
strike, 519. 

United Steelworkers of America See Steelworkers of 
America, United 

University of Calgary 

Federal Minister of Labour addresses students on conciliation 
service of Canada Department of Labour, 226. 

University of Montreal 
Coping with stress — address, Dr. Hans Selye, Director of the 

Institute of Experimental Medicine, at IAPA conference, 463. 
Strikes: reluctant instrument in a free enterprise economy — 

article, Bernard Brody, Department of Industrial Relations, 

19. 

University of Ottawa 
National Conference on Day Care, University of Ottawa, 676. 

University of Western Ontario 
The Effect of Advance Notice in a Plant Shutdown: A Study 
of the Closing of the Kelvinator Plant in London, Ontario: 
Canada Department of Labour — University Research 
Program: 467, 717. 

University Research Programs 

Canada Department of Labour-University Research Program: 
two studies: "Advance Notice in a Plant Shutdown." 
Professors Portis and Suys (p. 467): "Long-run Changes in 
the Labour Share of National Income in Canada, 1926-1966," 
Pradeep Kumar (p. 429): 717. 



Vacations with Pay 

Committee to investigate grading holiday duration according 
to age, service, responsibility and type of work. Norway: 
362. 

Hospitals- -provisions in major collective agreements in Cana- 
dian hospitals, 793. 

Veterans See Pensions; War Veterans Allowances 

Volunteers 

Summer Volunteer Program — young people as volunteers in 
social services — plan established by Ontario Department of 
Social and Family Services, 587. 



W 



Wage Control 

Government controls for prices and incomes announced in 
Dublin, Ireland: 10. 

Wage Cuts 

MacMillan Bloedel Ltd., Canada's largest forest products 
company — wage cuts for top 60 executives, 654. 



Wage Freeze 

Agreed to in 18-month extension of former contract between 

Canadian Acme Screw and Gear Ltd., Monroe Acme Ltd., 

and Local 984, UAW, 223. 
Wage increases limited during first six months of 1971. 

Holland: 160. 

Wage Guidelines See Guidelines 

Wage Increases See also Minimum Wages 

Canadian Construction Association brief to federal Govern- 
ment — inflationary construction wage settlements, 81. 

Construction workers in four British Columbia companies 
receive wage increase — two-year agreement signed between 
Local 1-217, IWW, and Forest Industrial Relations, 224. 

Limited during first six months of 1971. Holland: 160. 

Rotating strikes — terms of agreement; CB report by Judge 
Reni Lippe; appointment of two mediators — A. W. R. 
Carrothers, Calgary, and Thomas O'Connor, Toronto, 5. 

Voluntary agreement on wage increases between employers 
and trade unions. Ireland: 160. 

Wage Parity See Equal Pay 

Wage Settlements See Collective Labour Agreements; 
Wage Increases 

Wages See also Collective Labour Agreements; Minimum 
Wages; Wage Freeze; Wage increases 

Committee of Inquiry into Post Office strike — wage increases 
and other recommendations decided. Britain: 519. 

Construction industry — first four of 18 craft disputes boards 
established under Order providing for stabilization of wages 
and prices. United States: 427. 

Davis-Bacon Act (1931), provisions re wages in federal con- 
struction contracts, suspended, 296; restored, 427. United 
States. 

Hiram Walker and Sons Ltd. — provisions of three-year con- 
tract signed between Company and Local 61, Distillery, 
Rectifying, Wine and Allied Workers' Union of America, 
296. 

Loss of "real" earnings in 1970 — report of the Bureau of the 
Census. United States : 592. 

Manufacturing — average weekly earnings for all employees in 
large manufacturing companies (1969). Canada: 770. 

Ont. Employment Standards Act: Part 1A: termination of 
employment — regulations re wages and deductions, 247. 

Protection of workers from unduly low wages — formal ratifi- 
cation of International Labour Conventions. Japan: 592. 

Public and para-public sector of Metropolitan Ouebec region, 
wage demands of workers justified — Vice-President, Central 
Council, CNTU, 590. 

Review of Employment and Average Weekly Wages and 
Salaries 1967-69, DBS report, Canada: 358. 

Statistics: Employment, Hours and Earnings: Tables C-l to 
C-7. monthly feature. Canada. 

Welfare — wage subsidy program for new jobs to take workers 
off welfare. British Columbia : 770. 

War Measures Act 
CNTU — resolution adopted at annual convention, 444. 
Ont. Federation of Labour convention — debate on invocation 
of Act by federal Government, 96. 



INDEX 



War Veterans Allowances 

Increased allowances. Canada: 361. 

Welfare See also Social Assistance 

National Foundation of Health, Welfare and Pension Plans — 

4th annual Canadian Conference, 518. 
Operation 2000 — job retraining program "Return to Normal 

Life" to reintegrate welfare recipients into labour force. 

Quebec: 718. 
United States Supreme Court upholds right of workers to 

receive welfare benefits when on strike, 519. 
Wage subsidy program for new jobs to take workers off 

welfare. British Columbia: 770. 



Proportion of women in workforce by 1980 — survey, Depart- 
ment of Labor. United States: 362. 

Re-entry of Women to the Labour Market after an Inter- 
ruption in Employment — OECD, Paris, France: 430. 

Royal Commission on the Status of Women — review of 
activities, 164; recommendations, 168. 

Sex discrimination and women's rights — special conference, 
American Newspaper Guild, 245. 

Wage parity for women at Swift Canadian Co. Ltd. under 
terms of new collective labour agreement, 226. 

Women workers in the union movement — bilingual booklet 
published by Canadian Union of Public Employees, 771. 

Women in trade unions in Canada and U.S.A., 682. 



West Coast Towboat See Towboat Industry 

West Germany 

Price and wage guidelines for unions and management, 82. 

Westshore Terminals Ltd. 

Year-round employment — contract between International 
Longshoremen's and Warehousemen's Union and Westshore 
Terminals Ltd., 159. 

Wheelchair Workers 

Remploy Limited — provides productive employment for 
severely disabled men and women. Britain: 616. 

White-Collar Workers See also Professional Workers 
CLC conference on the white-collar worker, 384. 
Proportion of white-collar workers in workforce by 1980 — 
survey, Department of Labor. United States: 362. 

White Papers 

White Paper on income security — legislative proposals — 
Family Allowance Program; Old Age pensions; Canada 
Pension Plan; Canada Assistance Plan, 91. 

Wilson, Bernard, Deputy Minister, Canada Department of 
Labour 
Appointment, 586. 

Wilson, W. T. "Bill", Canadian National Railways 

Retirement as head of Personnel and Labour Relations De- 
partment, 588. 

Women 

B.C. Federation of Labour convention — resolutions condemn 
discrimination and pledge support for principle of equal 
rights and equal treatment, 95. 

Canada Labour (Standards) Code — proposed amendments, 
378. 

Employment of Women; report of Manpower and Social 
Affairs Directorate, OECD: book review, 161. 

Female minimum wage order, new. British Columbia: 717. 

Labour education school sponsored by Canadian Labour 
Congress and Quebec Federation of Labour, 226. 

Lutes, Carol, Co-ordinator of Equal Employment Opportun- 
ities, appointed by Public Service Commission of Canada, 
227. 

National Union of Factory and Commercial Workers — 
woman elected president. Fiji: 11. 

Ont. Women's Equal Employment Opportunity Act: enact- 
ment, 78. 



Wood, Dr. W. D., Director, Industrial Relations Centre, Queen's 
University 

Canada Council grant — two-year study of Canadian service 
industries, 4. 

Woodcock, George, Chairman, Commission on Industrial 
Relations (Britain) 
Resignation, 427. 

Woods, Dr. H. D., McGill University 

Prepares Report of Commission of Enquiry into Industrial 
Relations in the Nova Scotia Construction Industry, 189. 

Woodworkers of America, International See International 
Woodworkers of America 

Work Habits 

Emphasis on accuracy rather than speed creates special prob- 
lems for retraining middle-aged workers — summary of 
report on Gerontology by Dr. Eunice Belbin, Cambridge. 
Britain: 44. 

Workers' Education See Labour Education 

Workforce See Labour Force 

Working Conditions See Labour Conditions 

Workmen's Compensation See also Ontario Workmen's 

Compensation Board 
Alta. Workmen's Compensation Act: amendments, 36; 

revised regulations, 41. 
B.C. Workmen's Compensation Act: amendments, 34-37; 

noise hazard and hearing protection provisions of Accident 

Prevention Regulations, 42. 
Labour Legislation in 1969-70: Part 3: Workmen's Compen- 
sation, 34. 
Man. Workmen's Compensation Act: revised provisions, 36, 

37. 
Nfld. Accident Prevention Regulations under Act, 41. 
N.W.T. Workmen's Compensation Ordinance: amendments, 

37. 
N.S. Workmen's Compensation Act: amendments, 34, 36, 37. 
Ont. Workmen's Compensation Act: new first aid regulations, 

42. 
Ont. Workmen's Compensation Board — chooses symbol 

adaptable by province's industrial accident prevention 

associations, 8. 



INDEX 



P.E.I. Workmen's Compensation Act: amendments, 34-37. 

Que. Workmen's Compensation Act : coverage, 37. 

Sask. Workmen's Compensation Act: Accident Prevention 

Regulations, 41 ; amendments, 34-37. 
Yukon Workmen's Compensation Ordinance: amendments, 

37. 

Workweek See Four-Day Workweek; Hours of Work; 
Three-Day Workweek 

World Employment Program See Employment 



Year-Round Employment See Employment 



York University 
Archer, David, President, Ontario Federation of Labour, 

named to Board of Governors, 771. 
National Conference on Day Care, University of Ottawa — 

address by Dr. Frederick Elkin, sociologist, 676. 

Youth 
Generation gap in the labour movement — "the coming youth 

revolt in labour," by Gilbert Levine, Research Director, 

CUPE, 722. 
It's Your Turn ... A Report to the Secretary of State by the 

Committee on Youth — on high unemployment among 

young people. Canada: 716. 
Summer job programs in 1971. United States: 592. 



INDEX— PART II 



Certification and Conciliation Proceedings 



A & A Trucking Ltd. 
Certification application : 
Teamsters: 747. 

Agence Maritime Inc. 
Certification applications: 

Longshoremen: Port of Montreal: 631. 

Seafarers: withdrawn, 476. 
Intervener, certification application: 

Mine Workers: withdrawn, 476. 

Air Canada 
Disputes: 

Air Line Flight Attendants: Montreal: CO appointed, 545; 

settlement, 692. 
Machinists: Montreal: CO appointed, 546; CB not ap- 
pointed, 629; strike action, 693. 
Machinists: Montreal International Airport: printing bureau 
employees, Dorval: CO appointed, 802. 

Air Gaspe Inc. 

Certification application: 

L' Association des piloteset agents juniors: 329; rejected, 630. 

Air Line Dispatchers' Association, Canadian 
Dispute: 

Pacific Western Airlines Ltd.: CO appointed, 46; CB 
appointed, 268; settlement, 395. 

Air Line Employees' Association, Canadian 
Certification application: 

Pacific Western Airlines Ltd. : Vancouver International 
Airport: 267; representation vote, 631 ; granted, 746. 
Intervener, certification applications: 

Christine Carleton: 267; representation vote, 631; granted, 

746. 
John A. Cormack: 267; representation vote, 631; granted, 
746. 

Air Line Employees' Association, International 
Certification application: 

Hughes Air Corp. d/b/a Air West: 801. 

Air Line Flight Attendants' Association, Canadian 
Certification application: 

Wardair Canada Ltd.: Stewardesses (et a!.): 549; granted, 
630. 
Disputes: 
Air Canada: Montreal, Que.: CO appointed, 545; settle- 
ment, 692. 
CP Air: Vancouver International Airport: CO appointed, 
627; settlement, 802. 

Air Line Pilots' Association, Canadian 
Disputes: 
Nordair Limited: Montreal International Airport: CO 
appointed, 627; CB appointed, 749. 



Pacific Western Airlines Ltd. : Vancouver International 
Airport: CO appointed, 395; CB appointed, 547; CB 
fully constituted, 693. 

Alaska Trainship Corporation 
Dispute: 
Seafarers: CO appointed, 749; CB appointed, 749. 

Allied and Technical Workers of the United States and 
Canada 
Disputes: 
Eldorado Nuclear Ltd.: CB report, 48 (Supplement No. 8, 

1970); settlement, 48. 
Robin Hood Multifoods Ltd.: request for review, 121. 

Aluminium du Canada Limitee 
Certification applications: 

Le syndicat des employes de I'Aluminium du Canada 

Limitee: Port-Alfred, Que.: longshoremen, maintenance 

men, lineman-tug and other employees, 746. 
Le syndicat des employes de I'Aluminium du Canada 

Limitee: Port-Alfred, Que.: patrolmen and gatemen: 746. 
Le syndicat des employes salaries de I'Aluminium du Canada 

Limitee: Port-Alfred, Que.: clerks, office employees and 

tug captains: 746. 

Amalgamated Meat Cutters and Butcher Workmen of 
North America See Meat Cutters and Butcher Work- 
men of North America, Amalgamated 

Amalgamated Transit Union 
Disputes: 
Canada Coach Lines Limited: CO appointed, 326: CB 

appointed, 475; CB fully constituted, 547; CB report, 

750 (Supplement No. 6, 1971). 
Charterways Co. Limited: Mississauga Transit System: 

CO appointed, 46; CB not appointed, 123; strike action, 

123; strike terminated, 195. 
Charterways Co. Limited: Windsor, Ont.: CO appointed, 

395; CB appointed, 347; CB fully constituted, 693. 
Hull City Transport Limited: CB fully constituted, 47; CB 

report, 195 (Supplement No. 1, 1971); settlement, 195. 
Hull Metropolitan Transport Limited: CB fully constituted, 

47; CB report, 195 (Supplement No. 1, 1971); settlement, 

195. 
American Federation of Grain Millers See Grain Millers, 
American Federation of 

American Newspaper Guild (AFL-CIO/CLC) 
Dispute: 

Bushnell Communications Limited (Ottawa-Cornwall Broad- 
casting Limited): Ottawa Newspaper Guild, Local 205: 
CO appointed, 394; settlement, 628. 

Aqua Transportation Limited 
Dispute: 
Canadian Merchant Service Guild: CO appointed, 122; 
settlement, 268. 

Arrow Transfer Company Limited 
Certification application: 
Teamsters: 691 ; granted, 800. 



CERTIFICATION AND CONCILIATION PROCEEDINGS 



Association des Pilotes et Agents Juniors 
Certification application: 

Air Gaspe Inc.: 329; rejected, 630. 

Association of Canadian Television and Radio Artists See 
Canadian Television and Radio Artists, Association of 

Association of Employees of Provost Cartage Inc. 
Certification application: 

Provost Cartage Inc.: 121 ; granted, 266. 
Dispute: 

Provost Cartage Inc.: CO appointed, 692. 

Association of Flin Flon Trade Unions 
Dispute: 

Hudson Bay Mining and Smelting Co. Limited: CB fully 
constituted, 47; CB report, 268 (Supplement No. 2, 1971); 
strike action, 268; strike terminated, 629. 

Atlantic Automobile Transport Limited 
Certification application: 

Teamsters: 399; withdrawn, 476; received, 477; granted, 
548. 

Atomic Energy of Canada Limited 
Certification applications: 

Fire Fighters: Whiteshell Nuclear Research Establishment, 
Pinawa, Man.: 121 ; granted, 266. 

Machinists: contamination and R.I.S. monitor operators 
at Whiteshell Nuclear Research Establishment, Ottawa, 
Ont.: 50; 121; granted, 192. 

Plumbers and Pipefitters: Whiteshell Nuclear Research 
Establishment, Pinawa, Man.: 50; granted, 192. 

Teamsters: guards, Chalk River Nuclear Laboratories: 801. 
Disputes: 

CUPE: Whiteshell Nuclear Establishment, Pinawa, Man.: 
nuclear reactor operators: CO appointed, 546; settle- 
ment, 627. 

Machinists: Whiteshell Nuclear Research Establishment, 
Pinawa, Man.: CO appointed, 474; settlement, 546. 

Office and Professional Employees: Chalk River: CO 
appointed, 692. 

Plumbers and Pipefitters: Whiteshell Nuclear Research 
Establishment, Pinawa, Man.: CO appointed, 546; CB 
appointed, 547; CB fully constituted, 628; CB report, 803 
(Supplement No. 7, 1971); strike action, 803. 

Automobile, Aerospace and Agricultural Implement Work- 
ers of America, United. International Union 
Certification applications: 

British Overseas Airways Corporation: employees in Metro- 
politan Toronto: application for revocation, 477; granted. 
548. 
British Overseas Airways Corporation: Toronto Interna- 
tional Airport: application for revocation, 477; granted, 
548. 
Mcintosh, R.J. (et al.): Toronto International Airport: 

application for revocation, 477; granted, 548. 
Molyneaux, J.C.L. (et al.): employees in Metropolitan 
Toronto: application for revocation, 477; granted, 548. 
Dispute: 

Detroit and Canada Tunnel Corporation: CO appointed, 
802. 



B 

Baie Comeau Air Service Ltee 
Certification application: 

Machinists: 399; withdrawn, 550. 
Intervener, certification application: 

Burgess, Robert (et al.): 399; withdrawn, 500. 

Baton Broadcasting Limited 
Certification application: 

Broadcast Employees: CKLW-TV, Windsor, Ont.: 549; 
granted, 630. 
Disputes: 
Theatrical Stage Employees: CO appointed, 46; settle- 
ment, 327. 
Toronto Newspaper Guild: CO appointed, 46; settlement, 
395. 

Bekins Moving & Storage Company (Alberta) Ltd. 
Certification application : 
Teamsters: rejected, 120. 

Bekins Moving and Storage Company Limited 
Certification application: 
Teamsters: Vancouver Terminal: 691 ; granted, 800. 

Bell Canada 

Disputes: 

Office and Professional Employees: Directory Advertising 
Sales Employees, Eastern Region: CB report, 48 (Sup- 
plement No. 8, 1970); settlement, 48. 

Office and Professional Employees: Directory Sales Repre- 
sentatives, Western Region: CO appointed, 194; CB 
appointed, 268; CB fully constituted, 396; settlement, 397. 

Traffic Employees: CO appointed, 692; CB appointed, 749; 
CB fully constituted, 803. 



CO appointed, 267; 



Blue Peter Steamships Limited 
Dispute: 
Canadian Merchant Service Guild: 
settlement, 628. 

Borisko Brothers (Quebec) Limited 
Certification application: 
Teamsters: 801. 



Boyd's Express Limited 
Dispute: 
Transport Drivers: CO appointed, 122; settlement, 327. 

Brady, Patrick (et al.) 

Intervener, certification application: 

Wilson's Truck Lines: 266: withdrawn, 398. 

J. Brault Inc. 
Certification application: 
Teamsters: granted, 49. 

Brewery, Flour, Cereal, Soft Drink and Distillery Workers 
of America, International Union of 
Certification applications: 
Columbia Containers Ltd.: 50; granted, 192. 
Hall Distributors Limited: 631. 

Manitoba Pool Elevators: employees in Seeds Department: 
granted, 398; 399. 



INDEX 



British Columbia Maritime Employers' Association 
Certification application: 

Longshoremen and Warehousemen: 399; rejected, 630 
(Reasons for Judgment, Supplement No. 6, 1971). 

British Columbia Telephone Company 
Certification application: 
Telephone Workers: request for review, 50; withdrawn, 193; 
request for review, 550. 

British Columbia Towboat Owners' Association 
Disputes: 
Railway, Transport and General Workers: settlement, 122. 
Seafarers: settlement, 48; 123. 

British Columbia — Yukon Railway Company See White Pass 
and Yukon Route 

British Overseas Airways Corporation 
Certification applications: 

Auto Workers: Metropolitan Toronto: application for 

revocation, 477; granted, 548. 
Auto Workers: Toronto International Airport: application 

for revocation, 477; granted, 548. 
Machinists: stewards, agents and cleiks: granted, 690. 
Mcintosh, R.J. (et al.): Toronto International Airport: 

application for revocation, 477; granted, 548. 
Molyneaux, J.C.L. (et al.): Metropolitan Toronto: applica- 
tion for revocation, 477; granted, 548. 
Dispute: 

Machinists: CO appointed, 474; settlement, 628. 

British Yukon Navigation Company Limited See also White 
Pass & Yukon Route 
Disputes: 
Canadian Merchant Service Guild: settlement, 122. 
Railway, Transport and General Workers: CB report, 123 
(Supplement No. 9, 1970); settlement, 195. 

British Yukon Railway Company See also White Pass & 

Yukon route 
Certification application: 

Teamsters: 329; granted, 398. 
Intervener, certification application : 

Wood, Clarence J. (et al.): rejected, 266. 

Broadcast Employees and Technicians, National Associa- 
tion of 
Certification applications: 

Baton Broadcasting Limited See CKLW-TV 

Bushnell TV Co. Limited: CJOH-TV, Ottawa, Ont.; 

CJSS-TV, Cornwall, Ont.: request for review, 550; 

request withdrawn, 631 ; granted, 690. 
Channel Seven Television Ltd. (C JAY-TV): 50; rejected, 

266. 
CHLT Radio Sherbrooke Limitee: 329; granted, 398; 

request for review, 748. 
CHLT Tele-7 Ltee: 329; granted, 398; request for review, 

748. 
CJOH-TV: Ottawa, Ont.: request for review, 550; request 

withdrawn, 631. 
CJSS-TV: Cornwall, Ont.: request for review, 550; request 

withdrawn, 631. 



CKLW Radio Broadcasting Limited: Windsor, Ont.: 549; 

granted, 630. 
CKLW-TV: Windsor, Ont.: Baton Broadcasting Ltd. and 

St. Clair River Broadcasting Ltd.: 549; granted, 630. 
La Compagnie de Radiodiffusion de Matane Ltee: 476; 

granted, 548. 
Newfoundland Broadcasting Company Limited: request for 

review, 748. 
Ottawa-Cornwall Broadcasting Limited: CJOH-TV, Ottawa, 

Ont.; CJSS-TV, Cornwall, Ont.: request for review, 550; 

request withdrawn, 631 ; granted, 690. 
St. Clair River Broadcasting Limited See CKLW-TV 
Sudbury Broadcasting Co. Ltd.: employees at Station 

CHNO: 50; granted, 476. 
Telegram Printing & Publishing Co. Ltd.: CKTS Radio 

Sherbrooke Ltee: request for review, 800. 
Disputes: 

Calgary Television Limited (CHCT-TV): CO appointed, 

194; settlement, 395. 
Canadian Broadcasting Corporation: CO appointed, 627; 

CB appointed, 692. 
Canadian Marconi Company: Broadcasting Division, 

CFCF-TV and CFCF-Radio: CO appointed, 267; 

settlement, 628. 
Channel Seven Television Limited (C JAY-TV): CO ap- 
pointed, 194; CB appointed, 327; CB fully constituted, 

475; CB report, 629 (Supplement No. 5, 1971); strike 

action, 629. 
CHLT Radio Sherbrooke Ltee: CO appointed, 748; CB 

appointed, 802. 
CHLT Tele-7 Ltee: Sherbrooke, Que.: CO appointed, 748; 

CB appointed, 802. 
La Compagnie de Radiodiffusion CKCH de Hull Limitee: 

CO appointed, 394; CB appointed, 693; CB fully con- 
stituted, 803. 
CTV Television Network Ltd.: CO appointed, 326; settle- 
ment, 395; CB not appointed, 397. 
Moncton Broadcasting Limited: CB report, 48 (Supplement 

No. 8, 1970); settlement, 48. 
New Brunswick Broadcasting Company Limited (CHSJ-TV 

and CHSJ-Radio): CO appointed, 474; settlement, 627. 
Newfoundland Broadcasting Company Limited: Radio 

and Television Stations CJON, CJOX, CJCN: CO 

appointed, 326; CB appointed, 475; settlement, 750. 
Radio Atlantic Limited: Radio Station CFNB: dispute 

lapsed, 48. 
Radio Lac St- Jean Ltee (CFGT): CO appointed, 546; CB 

appointed, 693 ; CB fully constituted, 750. 
Radio Nord Inc.: CO appointed, 545; settlement, 627. 
Radio La Sarre Inc.: CO appointed, 545; settlement, 627. 
Sudbury Broadcasting Company Limited: CO appointed, 

802. 
Telegram Printing & Publishing Co. Ltd.: Radio Stations 

CKTS-AM, Sherbrooke, Que.: CO appointed, 748; CB 

appointed, 803. 

John N. Brockelsby Transport Limited 
Certification application: 
Teamsters: granted, 397. 

Brotherhood of Railway, Airline and Steamship Clerks, 
Freight Handlers, Express and Station Employees See 
Railway, Airline and Steamship Clerks... Brotherhood 
of 



CERTIFICATION AND CONCILIATION PROCEEDINGS 



Brunterm Limited 
Dispute: 

Longshoremen: CO appointed, 194; CB appointed, 475; 
CB fully constituted, 628; CB report, 693 (Supplement 
No. 6, 1971); settlement, 803. 

Buffalo and Fort Erie Public Bridge Authority 
Dispute: 
Teamsters: CB fully constituted, 47; CB report, 195 (Supple- 
ment No. 1, 1971); settlement. 328. 

Building Material, Construction and Fuel Truck Drivers' 
Union 
Certification applications: 

British Yukon Railway Company: railway operating em- 
ployees: 329; granted, 398. 
Humphrey Construction Limited: drivers in construction 
work: 121; granted, 397. 
Dispute: 
Yukon Builders' Exchange & Contractors' Association: 
CO appointed, 326; settlement, 475. 

Building Service Employees' Union 
Certification application: 
Nation-Wide Interior Maintenance Co. Ltd.: Montreal 
International Airport: granted, 266. 
Dispute: 

Nation-Wide Interior Maintenance Co. Ltd.: CO appointed, 
327; CB appointed, 475; CB fully constituted, 629; 
settlement, 750. 

Bulk Carriers Limited 
Certification application: 
Teamsters: granted, 49. 
Dispute: 

Teamsters: CO appointed, 326; settlement, 628. 
Intervener, certification application: 
Employees' Industrial Council (Toronto Branch): granted, 
49. 

Burgess, Robert (et al.) 

Intervener, certification application: 
Machinists: 399; withdrawn, 550. 



Bus Drivers' Union, Canadian 
Certification application: 

Trailways of Canada Limited (Travelways) : 
drawn, 267. 



121; with- 



Bushnell TV Co. Limited See Ottawa-Cornwall Broad- 
casting Limited 

Byers Transport Limited 
Certification application: 

Teamsters: 549; granted, 630. 



Calgary Television Limited (CHCT-TV) 
Dispute: 
Broadcasting Employees: CO appointed, 194; settlement, 
395. 

Canada Coach Lines Limited 
Dispute: 

Amalgamated Transit Union: CO appointed, 326; CB 
appointed, 475; CB fully constituted, 547; CB report, 
750 (Supplement No. 6, 1971). 

Canada Steamship Lines Limited 
Certification application: 

Longshoremen: Port of Montreal and Valleyfield, Que.: 
691; 801. 

Canadian Air Line Dispatchers' Association See Air Line 
Dispatchers' Association, Canadian 

Canadian Air Line Employees' Association See Air Line 
Employees' Association, Canadian 

Canadian Air Line Flight Attendants' Association See 
Air Line Flight Attendants' Association, Canadian 

Canadian Air Line Pilots' Association See Air Line Pilots' 
Association, Canadian 

Canadian Autocare Limited 
Certification application : 

Machinists: Ottawa International Airport: 193; representa- 
tion vote, 266; rejected, 329. 
Intervener, certification application: 

Raymond J. Tugwell (et al.): Ottawa International Airport: 
representation vote, 266; rejected, 329. 

Canadian Broadcasting Corporation 
Disputes: 

Broadcast Employees: CO appointed, 627; CB appointed, 

692. 
Canadian Union of Public Employees: CB report, 268 

(Supplement No. 2, 1971); strike action, 328. 
Canadian Wire Service Guild: CB report, 396 (Supplement 

No. 2, 1971); settlement, 475. 
Radio and Television Employees: CB report, 328 (Supple- 
ment No. 2, 1971); settlement, 397. 
Service Employees: Ottawa, Local 183; Toronto, Local 

204: CO appointed, 627; CB appointed, 693; CB fully 

constituted, 750. 
Le syndicat general de cinema et de la television (CSN): 

CB fully constituted, 123; CB report, 475 (Supplement 

No. 4, 1971); settlement, 547. 

Canadian Brotherhood of Railway, Transport and General 
Workers See Railway, Transport and General Workers, 
Canadian Brotherhood of 



Cadwell Marine Limited 
Dispute: 

Seafarers: CO appointed, 327; settlement, 395. 



Canadian Bus Drivers' Union See Bus Drivers' Union, 
Canadian 

Canadian Food and Allied Workers See Food and Allied 
Workers, Canadian 



INDEX 



Canadian Freightways Ltd. 
Certification application: 
Teamsters: 747. 

Canadian Helicopter Overhauls Ltd. 
Dispute: 
Operating Engineers: Vancouver International Airport: 
dispute lapsed, 48. 

Canadian International Paper Company 
Certification application : 
Pulp, Sulphite and Paper Mill Workers: tugboat employees 
and sweep gangs: 476; granted, 630. 

Canadian Labour Congress 
Dispute: 

Goderich Elevator & Transit Co. Ltd.: CO appointed, 474; 

settlement, 628. 
Upper Lakes Shipping Limited: Grain Elevator Division: 
CO appointed, 474; settlement, 628. 

Canadian Lake Carriers' Association 
Disputes: 

Canadian Marine Officers' Union: CO appointed, 545; 

CB appointed, 750. 
Canadian Merchant Service Guild: CO appointed, 474; 

settlement, 627. 
Seafarers: CO appointed, 194; settlement, 395. 

Canadian Marconi Company 
Disputes: 

Broadcast Employees: Broadcasting Division, CFCF-TV 

and CFCF-Radio: CO appointed, 267; settlement, 628. 
Salaried Employees' Association (Marconi): CO appointed, 
692. 

Canadian Marine Officers' Union 
Certification applications: 

Johnstone Shipping Limited: marine engineers on M.V. 
"Congar" : granted, 49. 

Marine Industries Limited, 267; granted, 398. 
Disputes : 

Canadian Lake Carriers' Association: CO appointed, 545; 
CB appointed, 750. 

Davie Shipbuilding Limited: CO appointed, 122; settle- 
ment, 195. 

Johnstone Shipping Limited: licensed engineers on M.V. 
"Congar": CO appointed, 394; settlement, 547. 

McAllister Towing Ltd.: captains and engineers: strike 
action, 48; strike terminated, 123. 

Marine Industries Limited: CO appointed, 627. 

Canadian Merchant Service Guild 
Disputes: 

Aqua Transportation Limited: CO appointed, 122; settle- 
ment, 268. 

Blue Peter Steamships Limited: CO appointed, 267; settle- 
ment, 628. 

British Yukon Navigation Company Limited: settlement, 
122. 

Canadian Lake Carriers' Association: CO appointed, 474; 
settlement, 627. 

Canadian National Barge & Ferry Services: CO appointed, 
194; settlement, 327. 



Canadian Pacific Railway Company: British Columbia Lake 
& River Service: CO appointed, 546; CB appointed, 693; 
CB fully constituted, 750. 

Harbour Ferries Ltd.: CO appointed, 327; settlement, 395. 

North Fraser Harbour Commissioners: settlement, 47. 

Canadian National Barge & Ferry Services 
Dispute: 

Canadian Merchant Service Guild: CO appointed, 194; 
settlement, 327. 

Canadian National Hotels Limited 
Disputes: 

Hotel and Restaurant Employees: 

Hotel Newfoundland, St. John's: CO appointed, 194; 
CB appointed, 268; CB fully constituted, 396; CB 
report, 547 (Supplement No. 4, 1971); settlement, 629. 
Hotel Nova Scotia, Halifax: CB appointed, 268; CB fully 
constituted, 396; CB report, 629 (Supplement No. 5, 
1971); strike action, 693. 
Macdonald Hotel, Edmonton: CO appointed, 46; settle- 
ment, 195. 
Operating Engineers: 

Macdonald Hotel, Edmonton: CO appointed, 46; settle- 
ment, 327. 
Railway, Transport and General Workers: 

Bessborough Hotel, Saskatoon: CO appointed, 749; 

CB appointed, 803. 
Chateau Laurier, Ottawa: settlement, 195 (Supplement 

No. 1, 1971). 
Fort Garry Hotel, Winnipeg: CO appointed, 749; CB 
appointed, 803. 

Canadian National Railways 
Certification applications: 

Railway, Transport and General Workers: unlicensed 
employees, Montreal, on Car Ferry Service, Sarnia: 746. 
Telegraph Workers: Telecommunications Department, 
Toronto: withdrawn, 476; 631. 

Dispute: 

Locomotive Engineers: Atlantic, St. Lawrence and Great 
Lakes, Prairie and Mountain Region : CB fully constituted, 
48; CB report, 396 (Supplement No. 3, 1971); settlement, 
475. 

Canadian National Steamship Company Limited 

Disputes: 
Railway, Transport and General Workers: CO appointed, 

546; settlement, 546. 
Seafarers: settlement, 268. 

CP Air 

Disputes: 

Air Line Flight Attendants: Vancouver International 

Airport: CO appointed, 627; settlement, 802. 
Machinists: Vancouver International Airport: fire and 

security guards: 546; settlement, 547. 
Railway, Airline and Steamship Clerks: clerical employees: 

Vancouver International Airport: CO appointed, 122; 

settlement, 327. 



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CP Rail 

Dispute: 

Locomotive Engineers: Atlantic, Eastern, Prairie and 
Pacific Regions, and Quebec Central Railway: CB fully 
constituted, 47. 

Canadian Pacific Air Lines Limited 
Certification applications: 

Machinists: Vancouver International Airport: 121, granted, 

328. 
Railway, Airline and Steamship Clerks: Transportation- 
Communication Division: 748. 
Disputes: 

Machinists: Vancouver International Airport: CO ap- 
pointed, 326; settlement, 475. 
Machinists: printing department employees, Vancouver 
International Airport: CO appointed, 394; settlement, 
474. 

Canadian Pacific Railway Company 
Disputes: 

Canadian Merchant Service Guild: British Columbia Lake 
& River Service: CO appointed, 546; CB appointed, 693; 
CB fully constituted, 750. 

Locomotive Engineers: Atlantic, Eastern, Prairie and Pacific 
Regions, and Quebec Central Railway: CB fully consti- 
tuted, 47; CB report, 396 (Supplement No. 3, 1971); 
settlement, 475. 

Railway, Transport and General Workers: British Columbia 
Lake & River Service: CO appointed, 546; CB appointed, 
693; CB fully constituted, 750. 

Seafarers: S.S. '"Princess of Acadia," Bay of Fundy Service: 
CB fully constituted, 47; CB report, 268 (Supplement 
No. 2, 1971); settlement, 629. 

Canadian Telecommunications Union 
Certification application: 

Canadian National Railways: Telegraph Workers: with- 
drawn, 476; 631. 

Canadian Television and Radio Artists, Association of See 
Television and Radio Artists, Association of Canadian 

Canadian Union of Public Employees 
Certification application: 

Sudbury Airport Commission: 399; withdrawn, 476; 
received, 476; granted, 630. 
Disputes: 
Atomic Energy of Canada Limited: Whiteshell Nuclear 
Research Establishment, Pinawa, Man. : nuclear reactor 
operators: CO appointed, 546; settlement, 627. 
Canadian Broadcasting Corporation: CB report, 268 
(Supplement No. 2, 1971); strike action, 328. 

Canadian Wire Service Guild 
Dispute: 

Canadian Broadcasting Corporation: CB report, 396 
(Supplement No. 2, 1971); settlement. 475. 



Cape Breton Broadcasting Limited 
Certification application: 

Theatrical Stage Employees: CJCB-TV, Sydney, 
550; rejected, 690. 



N.S.: 



Dispute: 
Theatrical Stage Employees: CJCB and CJCX, Sydney, 
N.S.: CO appointed, 474; settlement, 802. 

Cape Breton Development Corporation 
Dispute: 

Railway, Transport and General Workers: coal division: 
CO appointed, 194; settlement, 194. 

Carleton, Christine 

Intervener, certification application: 

Pacific Western Air Lines Ltd.: 267; representation vote, 
631. 

A.V. Carlson Construction Ltd. 
Certification application: 

Carpenters and Joiners: 329; withdrawn, 398. 

Carpenters and Joiners of America, United Brotherhood of 
Certification applications: 

A.V. Carlson Construction Ltd.: 329; withdrawn, 398. 

Poole Construction Ltd. : 747. 

Solar Construction Northern Limited, 747. 

Yukon Construction Company Limited: granted, 120. 
Disputes: 

Len Doey Construction: CO appointed, 474; settlement, 
749. 

General Enterprises Ltd.: CO appointed, 474; settlement, 
749. 

Humphrey Construction Ltd.: CO appointed, 474; settle- 
ment, 749. 

G.W. Ledingham (Yukon) Ltd.- CO appointed, 474; 
settlement, 749. 

Leroy Industries Ltd. : CO appointed, 474. 

Parkins Construction Limited: CO appointed, 545; settle- 
ment, 802. 

Yukon Builders' Exchange & Contractors' Association: 
CO appointed, 474; settlement, 749. 

Yukon Construction Company Ltd. : CO appointed, 474. 

Central Mortgage and Housing Corporation 
Dispute: 

Public Service Alliance of Canada: heating plant stationary 
engineers: CO appointed, 546; settlement, 627. 

CFRA Limited 

Certification application: 

Television and Radio Artists: representation vote, 193; 
granted, 266. 
Dispute: 
Television and Radio Artists: CO appointed, 474; CB 
appointed, 628; CB fully constituted, 693; settlement, 
803. 
Intervener, certification application: 

Lowell Green (et al.): representation vote, 193; granted, 266. 

Channel Seven Television Limited (CJAY-TV) 
Certification application: 

Broadcast Employees: 50; rejected, 266. 
Dispute: 

Broadcast Employees: CO appointed, 194; CB appointed, 
327; CB fully constituted, 475; CB report, 629 (Supple- 
ment No. 5, 1971); strike action, 629. 



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Chapman Transport Limited 
Disputes: 
Teamsters: office and clerical employees: CO appointed, 

46; CB not appointed, 268; settlement, 327. 
Teamsters: operating and maintenance employees: CO 
appointed, 194; settlement, 327. 

Charlottetown Steamship Company Limited 
Certification application: 

Labourers' Protective Union: 691. 

Charterways Co. Limited 
Disputes: 

Amalgamated Transit Union: Mississauga Transit System: 
CO appointed, 46; CB not appointed, 123; strike action, 
123; strike terminated, 195. 
Amalgamated Transit Union : Windsor, Ont. : CO appointed, 
395; CB appointed, 547; CB fully constituted, 693. 

CHLT Radio Sherbrooke Ltee 
Certification application: 

Broadcast Employees: 329; granted, 398; request for review, 
748. 
Dispute: 

Broadcast Employees: CO appointed, 748; CB appointed, 
802. 

CHNO-Radio See Sudbury Broadcasting Co. Ltd. 

CHRD-AM & FM See Radio-Drummond Limitee 

CHSJ-TV & Radio See New Brunswick Broadcasting Co. 
Ltd. 

City of Whitehorse 
Dispute: 
Operating Engineers: CO appointed, 46; settlement, 195. 

CJAY-TV See Channel Seven Television Limited (CJAY-TV) 

CJCH Limited 

Certification application: 

Electrical Workers: Halifax, N.S. : 549; granted, 630. 

CJMS Radio Montreal Limitee 
Certification application: 

Syndicat des journalistes de Montreal Inc. (CSN): 50; 
rejected, 329. 

CJOH-TV See Ottawa-Cornwall Broadcasting Limited 

CJON, CJOX (TV & Radio) See Newfoundland Broad- 
casting Co. Ltd. 

CJSS-TV See Ottawa-Cornwall Broadcasting Limited 

CJTR Radio Trois-Rivieres Limitee 
Certification application: 

Syndicat des journalistes de Montreal Inc. (CSN): 50; 
granted, 328. 

CKAC Ltee 
Dispute: 

Radio and Television Workers: CO appointed, 46; CB not 
appointed, 268. 



CK.CH See La Compagnie de Radiodiffusion CKCH de Hull 
Limitee 

CKCN See Radio Sept-Iles Inc. 

CK.IL Radio-Laurentides Inc. 
Dispute: 

Le syndicat des journalistes de Montreal Inc. : CO appointed, 
326; settlement, 628. 

CKLM See Radio Laval Inc. 

CKLW Radio Broadcasting Limited 
Certification application: 

Broadcast Employees: Windsor, Ont.: 549; granted, 630. 

CKLW-TV 

Certification application: 

Broadcast Employees: employees of Baton Broadcasting 
Ltd. and St. Clair River Broadcasting Ltd.: Windsor, 
Ont.: 549; granted, 630. 

CK.TS Radio Sherbrooke Ltee 
Certification application: 

Broadcast Employees: employees, Telegram Printing & 
Publishing Co. Ltd.: request for review, 800. 

CKVL-AM & FM See Radio Futura Limitee 

Coast Ferries Limited 
Dispute: 

Railway, Transport and General Workers: CO appointed, 
46; settlement, 268. 

Cogswell, Captain Vv 
Certification application: 

Railway, Transport and General Workers: 549. 

Colonial Coach Lines Limited 
Dispute: 

Railway, Transport and General Workers: CO appointed, 
394; settlement, 547. 

Columbia Containers Ltd. 
Certification application: 

Brewery Workers: 50; granted, 192. 

Cominco Limited 
Disputes: 
Steelworkers. Con and Rycon Operations, Yellowknife, 

NWT: settlement, 46. 
Steelworkers: Pine Point Operations, Pine Point, NWT: 
CO appointed, 394; settlement, 628. 

Commercial Truck Company Ltd. 
Certification application: 

Teamsters: 691 ; granted, 800. 

Communications Workers of America 
Dispute: 

Northern Electric Company Limited: CO appointed, 46; 
CB appointed, 268; CB fully constituted, 328; settlement, 

547. 



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La Compagnie de Navigation Desgagne Ltee 
Certification app'ication: 
Seafarers: 121; rejected, 398. 

La Compagnie de Radiodiffusion CKCH de Hull Limitee 
Dispute: 

Broadcast Employees: CO appointed, 394; CB appointed, 
693; CB fully constituted, 803. 

La Compagnie de Radiodiffusion de Matane Limitee 
Certification application: 

Broadcast Employees: 476; granted, 548. 



Consolidated Aviation Fueling and Services Ltd. 
Certification application: 

Machinists: Toronto International Airport: skycaps 
skycap captains: 549; granted, 639. 



and 



Consolidated Aviation Fueling of Toronto Ltd. 
Dispute: 

Machinists: Toronto International Airport: CO appointed, 
749; CB appointed, 803. 



Defence Construction (1951) Limited 
Certification application: 

Public Service Alliance of Canada: Penhold, Alta,, Shilo, 
Man., Borden, Ont., Debert, N.S.: 801. 
Dispute: 

Public Service Alliance of Canada: employees at Cource- 
lette, Que.; Nanaimo, B.C.: CO appointed, 326; CB 
appointed, 395; CB fully constituted, 475; strike action, 
629; strike terminated, 693. 

Les Demenagements Cote Limitee 
Certification application: 

Transport Drivers, Warehousemen and Helpers: 399; 
granted, 548. 
Dispute: 
Transport Drivers, Warehousemen and Helpers: CO 
appointed, 802. 

Desgagnes Transport Inc. 
Certification application: 

Seafarers: granted, 120 (Reasons for Judgment, Supplement 
No. 1, 1971). 



Consolidated-Bathurst Limited 
Certification applications: 

Pulp, Sulphite and Paper Mill Workers: 193; representation 

vote, 398; rejected, 690. 
Stevedores: representation vote, 398; rejected, 690. 
Le syndicat des travailleurs forestiers de l'U.C.C. de Gaspe: 
266; representation vote, 398; granted, 690; rejected, 690. 
Intervener, certification application: 

Le syndicat des travailleurs forestiers de l'U.C.C. de Gaspe: 
representation vote, 398; granted, 690; rejected, 690. 

Continental Explosives Ltd. 
Dispute: 

Railway, Transport and General Workers: settlement, 122. 

Co-operative Transport Maritime Aerien 
Certification application: 

Labourers' Protective Union: 691. 

Cormack, John A. 

Intervener, certification application: 

Pacific Western Air Lines Ltd.: 267; representation vote, 
631. 

CTV Television Network Ltd. 
Dispute: 

Broadcast Employees: CO appointed, 326; settlement, 395; 
CB not appointed, 397. 



D 



Davie Shipbuilding Limited 
Dispute: 
Canadian Marine Officers' Union: CO appointed, 122; 
settlement, 195. 

Dawson Construction Limited 
Dispute: 
Teamsters: CO appointed, 546. 



Detroit and Canada Tunnel Corporation 
Dispute: 

Auto Workers: CO appointed, 802. 

Len Doey Construction 
Dispute: 

Carpenters and Joiners: CO appointed, 474; settlement, 

749. 

Doman-Marpole Transport Ltd. 
Certification application: 
Teamsters: 691. 

Dominion Catering Company Limited 
Certification application: 

Steelworkers : employees on properties of Giant Yellowknife 
Mines Limited, Yellowknife, NWT: 746; granted, 800. 



E 



Eastern Provincial Airways (1963) Limited 
Certification application: 

Machinists: commissary agents: 399; granted, 476. 
Disputes: 

Machinists: clerical and office workers: CO appointed, 46; 

settlement, 122. 
Machinists: clerical and office workers: CO appointed, 802; 

settlement, 802. 
Maritime Airline Pilots: CO appointed, 394; settlement, 395. 

Eastern Telephone and Telegraph Company 
Dispute: 

Electrical Workers: CO appointed, 122; CB appointed, 327; 
CB fully constituted, 396; settlement, 629. 

Eastern Transport Limited 
Dispute: 

Railway, Transport and General Workers: CO appointed, 
394; settlement, 749. 



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Eldorado Nuclear Limited 
Disputes: 
Allied and Technical Workers: CB report, 48 (Supplement 

No. 8, 1970): settlement, 48. 
Steelworkers: CO appointed, 267; CB appointed, 475; CB 
fully constituted, 629; CB report, 750 (Supplement No. 
6, 1971); strike action, 750. 

Electrical Workers, International Brotherhood of 
Certification applications: 

CJCH Limited: Halifax, N.S.: 549; granted, 630. 
Huron Cable TV Limited: representation vote, 120; rejected, 
192. 
Disputes: 
Eastern Telephone and Telegraph Company: CO appointed, 
122; CB appointed, 327; CB fully constituted, 396; 
settlement, 629. 
Pembroke Electric Light Company Limited: CO appointed, 
546; settlement, 692. 
Intervener, certification application: 

D. Singleton (et al.): representation vote, 120; rejected, 192. 

Employees' Industrial Council 
Intervener, certification application: 
Bulk Carriers Limited: granted, 49. 



Federal Grain Limited 
Dispute: 
Railway, Airline and Steamship Clerks: CB appointed, 268; 
CB fully constituted, 327; settlement, 397. 

Federation of Telephone Workers of British Columbia 
Certification application: 
British Columbia Telephone Company: request for review, 
50; withdrawn, 193; request for review, 550. 

Fire Fighters, International Association of 
Certification application: 

Atomic Energy of Canada: fire fighters, Pinawa, Man.: 
121 ; granted, 266. 

Flin Flon Trade Unions, Association of See Association of 
Flin Flon Trade Unions 

Food and Allied Workers, Canadian 
Disputes: 

Maple Leaf Mills Limited: Calgary, Alta.: CO appointed, 
749; settlement, 802. 

Maple Leaf Mills Limited: Medicine Hat, Alta. : CO 
appointed, 327; settlement, 628. 

Maple Leaf Mills Limited: St. Boniface, Man.: CO appoint- 
ed, 802. 

Ogilvie Flour Mills Ltd.: Winnipeg, Man.: CO appointed, 
802. 

Robin Hood Flour Mills Ltd.: CO appointed, 326; settle- 
ment, 475. 

Fuel, Bus, Limousine, Petroleum Drivers & Allied Employees 
Dispute: 

Pan-American World Airways Inc.: Toronto, Ont.: CO 
appointed, 749. 



G & G Equipment Co. Ltd. 
Certification application: 

Operating Engineers : granted, 1 20. 

Gagnon Air Service Limited 
Certification application: 

Syndicat des employes de l'Aviation Regionale (CSN): 
granted, 192. 

G. Gagne Transport Ltee 
Certification application: 

Syndicat national des employes de I'Alimentation en Gros de 
Quebec Inc.: 801. 

Genaire (1961) Limited 
Dispute: 

Machinists: CB appointed, 47; CB fully constituted, 123; 
settlement, 195 (Supplement No. 1, 1971). 

General Aviation Services Ltd. 
Disputes: 

Machinists: Montreal International Airport: CO appointed, 

122; settlement, 195. 
Machinists: Toronto International Airport: CO appointed, 

46; settlement, 122. 
Machinists: Winnipeg International Airport: CO appointed, 
326; settlement, 475. 

General Enterprises Limited 
Disputes: 

Carpenters and Joiners: CO appointed, 474; settlement, 749. 
Operating Engineers - CO appointed, 546; settlement, 749. 
Teamsters: CO appointed, 546. 

Giant Yellowknife Mines Limited 
Certification application: 

Steelworkers: employees of Dominion Catering Co. Ltd.: 
746; granted, 800. 
Dispute: 
Steelworkers: CO appointed, 46; settlement, 195. 

Gill Alltrans Express Ltd. 
Certification application: 
Teamsters: 747. 

Goderich Elevator & Transit Company Limited 
Dispute: 
CLC (federal union 23736): CO appointed, 474; settlement, 
628. 

Grain, Flour and Seed Workers 
Certification application: 

Manitoba Pool Elevators: 399; granted, 398. 

Grain Millers, American Federation of 
Certification application: 

Strathroy Flour Mills Ltd.: granted, 49. 

Great West Towing & Salvage Ltd. 
Certification application: 
Operating Engineers: 631. 



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Green, Lowell (et al.) 

Intervener, certification application : 
Television and Radio Artists: Radio Station CFRA Ltd.: 
representation vote, 193. 

J. Wilfrid Grenier 
Dispute: 

Seafarers: settlement, 47. 

Maurice Guillemette Inc. 
Certification application: 

Railway, Transport and General Workers: 193; granted, 328. 
Dispute: 

Railway, Transport and General Workers: CO appointed, 
749. 



H 



Hall, David Ernest 

Intervener, certification application: 

Meat Cutters and Butcher Workmen: representation vote, 
49; rejected, 120. 

Hall Distributors Limited 

Certification application: 

Brewery Workers: warehousemen and truck drivers: 631. 

Haltern Limited 
Dispute : 

Longshoremen: CB fully constituted, 47; settlement, 123. 



Hughes Air Corporation d/b/a Air West 
Certification application: 
Air Line Employees: 801. 

Hull City Transport Limited 
Dispute: 
Amalgamated Transit Union: CB fully constituted, 47; CB 
report, 195 (Supplement No. 1, 1971): settlement, 195. 

Hull Metropolitan Transport Limited 
Dispute: 

Amalgamated Transit Union: CB fully constituted, 47; CB 
report, 195 (Supplement No. 1, 1971); settlement, 195. 

Humphrey Construction Ltd. 
Certification application: 

Teamsters: drivers, Yukon Territory: 121; granted, 397. 
Disputes: 

Carpenters and Joiners: CO appointed, 474; settlement, 749. 

Operating Engineers: CO appointed, 546; settlement, 749. 

Teamsters: CO appointed, 546. 

Hunt Transport 
Dispute: 
Teamsters: CB report, 48 (Supplement No. 8, 1970); settle- 
ment, 123. 

Huron Cable TV Limited 
Certification application: 

Electrical Workers: representation vote, 120; rejected, 192. 
Intervener, certification application: 

D. Singleton (et al.): representation vote, 120; rejected, 192. 



Harbour Ferries Ltd. 
Dispute: 
Canadian Merchant Service Guild: CO appointed, 327; 
settlement, 395. 

Hill Security Limited 
Certification application: 

Teamsters: 476; granted, 690. 

Hotel and Restaurant Employees and Bartenders' Inter- 
national Union 
Certification application: 
Pacific Western Airlines 
Airport: 691. 
Disputes: 

Canadian National Hotels Limited: 
Macdonald Hotel, Edmonton: 

settlement, 195. 
Hotel Newfoundland, St. John's: CO appointed, 
CB appointed, 268; CB fully constituted, 396; 
report, 547 (Supplement No. 4, 1971); settlement, 629. 
Hotel Nova Scotia, Halifax: CB appointed, 268; CB fully 
constituted, 396; CB report, 629 (Supplement No. 5, 
1971); strike action, 693. 

Hudson Bay Mining and Smelting Co. Ltd. 

Dispute: 

Flin Flon Trade Unions: CB fully constituted, 47; CB report, 
268 (Supplement No. 2, 1971); strike action, 268; strike 
terminated, 629. 



Ltd. : Vancouver International 



CO appointed, 46; 



194; 
CB 



Imperial Roadways Limited 
Certification application: 
Teamsters: 801. 

International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees and 
Moving Picture Machine Operators of the United 
States and Canada See Theatrical Stage Employees and 
Moving Picture Machine Operators of the United 
States and Canada, International Alliance of 

International Union of District 50 See Mine Workers of 
America, United 

Island Tug and Barge Limited 
Certification application: 

Operating Engineers: loaders on "Island Forester": 121; 
granted, 328. 



Jessiman Bros. Cartage Limited 
Certification application: 

Letter Carriers: representation vote, 398 (Reasons for Judg- 
ment, Supplement No. 4, 1971). 

Johnston Terminals Ltd. 
Certification application: 
Teamsters: 747. 



INDEX 



Johnstone Shipping Limited 
Certification application : 

Canadian Marine Officers' Union: granted, 49. 
Dispute: 
Canadian Marine Officers' Union: CO appointed, 
settlement, 547. 



394; 



K 



J. Kearns Transport Limited 
Certification application: 

J. Kearns Transport Limited Drivers' Association: granted, 
120. 

J. Kearns Transport Limited Drivers' Association 
Certification application: 

J. Kearns Transport Limited : granted, 1 20. 

Kent Line Limited 
Certification application: 
Seafarers: 746. 

KlNGSWAY FREIGHTLINES LIMITED 

Certification application: 
Teamsters: 747. 

Kowch, Oscar (et al.) 

Intervener, certification application: 

Robert Sentineal Moving & Storage Ltd.: withdrawn, 398. 



Little Chief B-Line Express Ltd. 

Certification application: 
Teamsters: 747. 

Locomotive Engineers, Brotherhood of 
Certification application: 

Quebec Cartier Mining Company: rejected, 49. 
Disputes: 

Canadian National Railways: Atlantic, St. Lawrence and 
Great Lakes, Prairie and Mountain Regions: CB fully 
constituted, 48; CB report, 396 (Supplement No. 3, 1971); 
settlement, 475. 
CP Rail: Atlantic, Eastern, Prairie and Pacific Regions, 
including Quebec Central Railway: CB fully constituted, 
47; CB report, 396 (Supplement No. 3, 1971); settlement, 
475. 
Intervener, certification application: 
Ontario Northland Railway: representation vote, 121; 
rejected, 266. 

Loiselle Transport Limited 
Certification application: 
Teamsters: 747. 

Longshoremen's and Warehousemen's Union, International 
Certification applications: 
British Columbia Maritime Employers Association: 399; 
rejected, 630 (Reasons for Judgment, Supplement No. 6, 
1971). 
Superintendence Company (Canada) Limited, 631 ; rejected, 
746. 
Dispute: 
National Harbours Board: Port of Vancouver: CO ap- 
pointed, 692; CB appointed, 749. 



Labourers' Protective Union 
Certification applications: 

Charlottetown Steamship Company Limited: 691. 
Co-operative Transport Maritime Aerien: 691. 

Lakehead Track Installation Ltd. 
Certification application: 

Railway, Transport and General Workers: 549; granted, 690. 

G.W. Ledingham (Yukon) Limited 
Disputes : 
Carpenters and Joiners: CO appointed, 474; settlement, 749. 
Operating Engineers: CO appointed, 546; settlement, 749. 
Teamsters: CO appointed, 546. 

Leroy Industries Ltd. 
Dispute: 

Carpenters and Joiners: CO appointed, 474. 



Letter Carriers' Union of Canada 
Certification application: 

Jessiman Bros. Cartage Ltd.: representation vote, 
(Reasons for Judgment, Supplement No. 4, 1971). 



398 



Liard Construction Limited 
Disputes: 

Operating Engineers: CO appointed, 546; settlement, 749. 
Teamsters: CO appointed, 546; settlement, 749. 



Longshoremen's Association, International 
Certification applications: 

Agence Maritime Inc.: Port of Montreal: 631. 

Canada Steamship Lines Ltd.: Port of Montreal and 

Valleyfield, Que.: 691; 801. 
Terminus Maritime Inc.: Port of Montreal: 631. 
Disputes: 

Brunterm Limited: CO appointed, 194; CB appointed, 475; 

CB fully constituted, 628; CB report, 693 (Supplement 

No. 6, 1971); settlement, 803. 

Haltern Limited: CB fully constituted, 47; settlement, 123. 

National Harbours Board: Halifax, N.S. : CO appointed, 

326; settlement, 395. 



M 



M & P Transport Limited 
Dispute: 

Teamsters: CO appointed, 474; CB not appointed, 547; 
strike action, 629. 

M & P Transport (Western) Ltd. 
Certification application: 
Teamsters: 747. 

McAllister Towing Ltd. 
Dispute: 
Canadian Marine Officers' Union: captains and engineers: 
strike action, 48; strike terminated, 123. 



CERTIFICATION AND CONCILIATION PROCEEDINGS 



Machinists and Aerospace Workers, International Asso- 
ciation of 

Certification applications: 

Atomic Energy of Canada Ltd.: contamination and R.I.S. 
monitor operators, Whiteshell Nuclear Research Estab- 
lishment, Pinawa, Man.: 50; 121; granted, 192. 

Baie-Comeau Air Service Ltee: 399; withdrawn, 550. 

British Overseas Airways Corporation: Metropolitan 
Toronto and Toronto International Airport: stewards, 
agents and clerks: granted, 690. 

Canadian Autocare Limited: Ottawa International Airport: 
refuellers: 193; representation vote, 266; rejected, 329. 

Canadian Pacific Air Lines, Limited: Vancouver Interna- 
tional Airport: guards: 121 ; granted, 328. 

Consolidated Aviation Fueling and Services Ltd.: Toronto 
International Airport: skycaps and skycap captains: 549; 
granted, 630. 

Eastern Provincial Airways (1963) Limited: commissary 
agents: 399; granted, 476. 

Pacific Western Airlines Limited: request for review with- 
drawn, 267. 

Quebec North Shore and Labrador Railway Company: 
request for review, 550; request for review withdrawn, 801. 

Quebecair Inc.: granted, 120. 

Radio Sept-Iles Inc. (CKCN): 193; rejected, 398. 

Wardair Canada Ltd.: 691. 
Disputes: 

Air Canada: Montreal: CO appointed, 546; CB not ap- 
pointed, 629; strike action, 693. 

Air Canada: Montreal International Airport: Printing 
Bureau, Dorval: CO appointed, 802. 

Atomic Energy of Canada Limited: Whiteshell Nuclear 
Research Establishment, Pinawa, Man.: CO appointed, 
474; settlement, 546. 

British Overseas Airways Corporation: CO appointed, 474; 
settlement, 628. 

CP Air: Vancouver International Airport: fire and 
security guards: CO appointed, 546; settlement, 547. 

Canadian Pacific Air Lines Limited: Vancouver Interna- 
tional Airport: CO appointed, 326; settlement, 475. 

Canadian Pacific Air Lines Limited: Vancouver Interna- 
tional Airport: Printing Department employees: CO ap- 
pointed, 394; settlement, 474. 

Consolidated Aviation Fueling of Toronto Ltd.: Toronto 
International Airport: CO appointed, 749; CB appointed, 
803. 

Eastern Provincial Airways (1963) Limited: clerical and 
office workers: CO appointed, 46; settlement, 122; CO 
appointed, 802; settlement, 802. 

Genaire (1961) Limited: CB appointed, 47; CB fully con- 
stituted, 123; settlement, 195 (Supplement No. 1, 1971). 

General Aviation Services Ltd.: Montreal International 
Airport: CO appointed, 122; settlement, 195. 

General Aviation Services Ltd.: Toronto International 
Airport: CO appointed, 46; settlement, 122. 

General Aviation Services Ltd. : Winnipeg International 
Airport: CO appointed, 326; settlement, 475. 

Nordair Limited: CO appointed, 267; CB appointed, 327; 
CB fully constituted, 396; settlement, 629. 

Transair Limited: Winnipeg International Airport: CO ap- 
pointed, 394; settlement, 628. 



Intervener, certification applications: 

Robert Burgess (et al.): Baie-Comeau Air Service Ltee: 399; 

withdrawn, 550. 
Raymond J. Tugwell (et al.): Canadian Autocare Limited: 
193; representation vote, 266; rejected, 329. 

McIntosh, R. J. (et al.) 
Certification application: 
Auto Workers: B.O.A.C. : Toronto International Airport: 
application for revocation, 477; granted, 548. 

MacKays Transport Company Limited 
Certification application: 
Teamsters: 801. 

McNeil Transport Limited 
Dispute: 
Teamsters: CO appointed, 122; settlement, 268. 

Manitoba Pool Elevators 
Certification application : 
Brewery Workers : employees in Seeds Department : granted, 
398; 399. 
Dispute: 

Railway, Airline and Steamship Clerks: CB appointed, 268; 
CB fully constituted, 327; settlement, 397. 

Maple Leaf Mills Limited 
Disputes: 

Food and Allied Workers: Calgary, Alta. : CO appointed, 

749: settlement, 802. 
Food and Allied Workers: Medicine Hat, Alta.: CO ap- 
pointed, 327; settlement, 628. 
Food and Allied Workers: St. Boniface, Man.: CO ap- 
pointed, 802. 

Marine and Shipbuilding Workers of Canada, Interna- 
tional Union of 
Dispute: 

J. P. Porter Co. Ltd.: settlement, 122. 

Marine Industries Limited 
Certification application: 

Marine Officers: 267; granted, 398. 
Dispute: 

Marine Officers: CO appointed, 627. 

Maritime Airline Pilots' Association 
Dispute: 

Eastern Provincial Airways (1963) Limited: CO appointed, 
394; settlement, 395. 

I. H. Mathers & Son Limited 
Certification application: 

Seafarers: employees of Smit & Cory International Port 
Towage Limited: 801. 

Meat Cutters and Butcher Workmen of North America, 
Amalgamated 
Certification applications: 
Tyler Transport Limited: representation vote, 49; rejected, 

120. 
United Grain Growers Limited: seed department, Western 
Region: granted, 120. 



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Disputes: 

Maple Leaf Mills Limited: CO appointed, 327; settlement, 

628. 
Robin Hood Flour Mills Limited: CO appointed, 326; 

settlement, 475. 
United Grain Growers: seed department, Western Region: 
CO appointed, 394; settlement, 547. 
Intervener, certification application : 

David Ernest Hall: representation vote, 49; rejected, 120. 

Messabec Limitee 
Dispute: 
Seafarers : settlement, 47. 

Messagerie Cotiere Ltee 
Certification application: 

Seafarers: unlicensed personnel on M.V. "Cacouna": 801. 

Metropolitan Provincial (1967) Inc. 
Certification application : 
Teamsters: 329; representation vote, 549 (Reasons for 
Judgment, Supplement No. 5, 1971); rejected, 630. 
Intervener, certification application: 

Syndicat des employes Metropolitain Provincial (CSN): 
representation vote, 549 (Reasons for Judgment, Sup- 
plement No. 5, 1971); rejected, 630. 

Meyers Transport Limited 
Certification applications: 
Teamsters: Campbellford, Ont. : request for review, 691 ; 747. 
Teamsters: Peterborough, Ont.: 631. 

Millar & Brown Ltd. 
Certification application: 
Teamsters: 747. 

M.I.L. Tug & Salvage Limited 
Dispute: 

Railway, Transport and General Workers: CO appointed, 
268; settlement, 395. 



Moncton Broadcasting Limited 
Dispute: 

Broadcast Employees: CB report, 48 (Supplement No. 8, 
1970): settlement, 48. 

Montreal Stevedoring Corporation 
Certification application: 

Oil, Chemical and Atomic Workers: 631. 

Motor Transport Industrial Relations Bureau of Ontario 
Inc. 
Disputes: 

Teamsters: certain car-hauling companies: settlement, 123. 
Teamsters: drivers and maintenance employees: CO ap- 
pointed, 627; CB appointed, 693; CB fully constituted, 
750; CB report, 803 (Supplement No. 7, 1971). 



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Nation-Wide Interior Maintenance Co. Ltd. 
Certification applications: 

Building Service Employees: cleaners and janitors, Montreal 

International Airport: granted, 266. 
Service Employees: cleaning contract at CN head office and 

Central Station, Montreal: 399; granted, 548. 
L' Union des employes de service d'edifices: 121; granted, 
266. 
Dispute: 

Building Service Employees: CO appointed, 327; CB ap- 
pointed, 475; CB fully constituted, 629; settlement, 750. 

National Battlefields Commission 
Dispute: 

Public Service Alliance of Canada: CO appointed, 394; 
settlement. 547. 

National Council of Canadian Labour 
Intervener, certification application: 

Queensway Tank Lines Limited: rejected, 549. 



Mine Workers of America, United 
Certification application: 

Robin Hood Flour Ltd. (Robin Hood Multifoods Limited): 
121: Operating Engineers, Local 14580, District 50, 
Allied and Technical Workers: request for review (change 
of name to National Union of Operating Engineers, 
Local 14580, District 50, United Mine Workers of 
America). 
Intervener, certification application: 
Agence Maritime Inc.: withdrawn, 476. 

Miscellaneous Workers, Wholesale and Retail Delivery 
Drivers and Helpers 
Dispute: 

Pan-American World Airways Inc.: CO appointed, 749. 

MOLYNEAUX, J.C.L. (ET AL.) 

Certification application: 

Auto Workers: B.O.A.C. employees, Metropolitan Toronto: 
application for revocation, 477; granted, 548. 



National Feeds Limited 
Dispute: 

Retail, Wholesale and Department Store: dispute lapsed, 
328. 

National Grain (1968) Limited 
Dispute: 

Railway, Airline and Steamship Clerks: CB appointed, 268; 
CB fully constituted, 327; settlement. 397. 

National Harbours Board 
Disputes: 

Longshoremen: Halifax, N.S.: CO appointed, 326; settle- 
ment, 395. 

Longshoremen and Warehousemen: Port of Vancouver: 
CO appointed, 692; CB appointed, 749. 

Railway, Airline and Steamship Clerks: Port of Quebec: 
CO appointed, 326; CB appointed, 475; CB fully consti- 
tuted, 628; settlement, 803. 

Le Syndicat National des Employes du Port de Montreal 
(CSN): Port of Montreal: cold storage, warehouse and 
refrigeration engineers: CO appointed, 692. 



CERTIFICATION AND CONCILIATION PROCEEDINGS 



M. Neil Transport Limited 
Dispute: 
Teamsters: CO appointed, 122; settlement, 268. 

Neil Penner Highway Service 
Dispute: 
Teamsters: CB fully constituted, 47; CB report, 396 (Sup- 
plement No. 3, 1971); dispute lapsed, 629. 

New Brunswick Broadcasting Co. Ltd. 
Dispute: 

Broadcast Employees: CHSJ-TV and CHSJ-Radio: CO 
appointed, 474; settlement, 627. 

Newfoundland Broadcasting Company Limited 
Certification application: 

Broadcast Employees: request for review, 748. 
Dispute: 

Broadcast Employees: CO appointed, 326; CB appointed, 
475; settlement, 750. 

918 Construction Limited 
Disputes: 

Carpenters and Joiners: CO appointed, 474; settlement, 749. 
Operating Engineers: CO appointed, 546; settlement, 749. 
Teamsters: CO appointed, 546. 

Nordair Limited 
Disputes: 

Air Line Pilots: Montreal International Airport: CO 

appointed, 627; CB appointed, 749. 
Machinists: CO appointed, 267; CB appointed, 327; CB 
fully constituted, 396; settlement, 629. 

North Fraser Harbour Commissioners 
Dispute: 

Canadian Merchant Service Guild: settlement, 47. 

North Shipping & Transportation Limited 
Dispute: 

Seafarers: CO appointed, 474; settlement, 546. 

Northern Alberta Railways Company 
Certification application: 

Railway, Airline and Steamship Clerks: clerical and tele- 
grapher employees: 549. 

Northern Electric Company Limited 
Dispute: 

Communications Workers: CO appointed, 46; CB ap- 
pointed, 268; CB fully constituted, 328; settlement, 547. 

Northern Industrial Carriers Limited 
Dispute: 
Teamsters: CO appointed, 627; CB appointed, 692; CB 
fully constituted, 750. 

Northern Quebec Transport Inc. 
Certification application: 

Teamsters: 399; rejected, 549. 

Northland Navigation Co. Ltd. 
Dispute: 
Seafarers: CB report, 48 (Supplement No. 9, 1970); settle- 
ment, 123. 



Northland Shipping (1962) Ltd. 
Dispute: 

Railway, Transport and General Workers: CB report, 48 
(Supplement No. 9, 1970); settlement, 123. 

Northwest Territories Teachers' Association 
Dispute: 

Yellowknife Public School Board: CO appointed, 546. 

Norton-Cargo Limited 
Dispute: 

Teamsters: settlement, 47. 



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Office and Professional Employees International Union 
Disputes: 

Atomic Energy of Canada Ltd.: Chalk River, Ont.: CO 

appointed, 692. 
Bell Canada: Directory Advertising Sales Employees, 
Eastern Region: CB report, 48 (Supplement No. 8, 1970); 
settlement, 48. 

Ogilvie Flour Mills Co. Ltd. 
Dispute: 

Food and Allied Workers: CO appointed, 802. 

Oil, Chemical and Atomic Workers International Union 
Certification applications: 

Montreal Stevedoring Corporation: 631. 

St. Lawrence Stevedoring Company Limited: 631. 

West Coast Transmission Company Limited: 801. 

Okanagan Helicopters Ltd. 
Dispute: 
Operating Engineers: Vancouver International Airport: 
dispute lapsed, 48. 

Omstead Refrigerated Transportation Limited 
Dispute: 
Teamsters: CO appointed, 546; settlement, 692. 

O.N.C. Motor Freight System 
Certification application: 800. 

Teamsters: 691 ; granted, 800. 
Dispute: 

Teamsters: CO appointed, 394; settlement, 547. 

Ontario Northland Railway 
Certification application: 

United Transportation Union: representation vote, 121; 
rejected, 266. 
Intervener, certification application: 

Locomotive Engineers: representation vote, 121; rejected, 
266. 

Operating Engineers, International Union of 
Certification applications: 

G. & G. Equipment: granted, 120. 
Great West Towing & Salvage Ltd.: 631. 
Island Tug and Barge Limited: loaders on "Island Forester"; 
121; granted, 328. 



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RivTow Straits Limited: 329. 

Straits Towing Limited: 329; granted, 630. 

H.M. Trimble & Sons Ltd.: 476; rejected, 630. 

Yukon Construction Co. Ltd.: 477; granted, 746. 
Disputes : 

Canadian Helicopter Overhauls Ltd.: dispute lapsed, 48. 

Canadian National Hotels Limited: Macdonald Hotel, 
Edmonton, Alta. : CO appointed, 46; settlement, 327. 

City of Whitehorse: CO appointed, 46; settlement, 195. 

General Enterprises Limited: CO appointed, 546; settle- 
ment, 749. 

Humphrey Construction Limited: CO appointed, 546; 
settlement, 749. 

G.W. Ledingham (Yukon) Limited: CO appointed, 546; 
settlement, 749. 

918 Construction Limited: CO appointed, 546; settlement, 
749. 

Okanagan Helicopters Ltd.: Vancouver International Air- 
port: dispute lapsed, 48. 

Yukon Builders' Exchange and Contractors' Association: 
CO appointed, 546; settlement, 749. 

Operating Engineers of Canada, National Union of 
Certification application: 

Robin Hood Flour Mills Limited: Robin Hood Multifoods 
Limited: request for review, 121 ; change of name. 

Ottawa-Cornwall Broadcasting Limited 
Certification applications: 

Broadcast Employees: Bushnell TV Co. Limited: CJOH- 
TV, Ottawa, Ont.: CJSS-TV, Cornwall, Ont.: request for 
review, 550; request withdrawn, 631. 
Broadcast Employees: Bushnell TV Co. Limited: stage 
hands: CJOH-TV, Ottawa: request for review, 550; 
withdrawn, 631. 
Broadcast Employees: technicians and operators: 631; 
granted, 690. 
Dispute: 
American Newspaper Guild (AFL-CIO/CLC): Ottawa 
Newspaper Guild: CO appointed, 394; settlement, 628. 



Intervener, certification applications: 

Carleton, Christine: representation vote, 631; granted, 746. 
Cormack, John A.: representation vote, 631; granted, 746. 

Pacific Western Airlines Transport Employees' Association 
Certification application: 

Pacific Western Airlines Limited: representation vote, 631; 
granted, 746. 
Intervener, certification application: 
Carleton, Christine: representation vote, 631; granted, 746. 
Cormack, John A.: representation vote, 631; granted, 746. 

Pan American World Airways Inc. 
Certification application: 

Teamsters: representation vote, 193; granted, 328. 
Dispute: 

Teamsters : CO appointed, 749. 

Parkins Construction Limited 
Dispute: 

Carpenters and Joiners: CO appointed, 545; settlement, 802. 

Parrish & Heimbecker Limited 
Dispute: 

Railway, Airline and Steamship Clerks: CB appointed, 268; 
CB fully constituted, 327; settlement, 397. 

Pelee Shipping Company Limited 
Certification application: 
Seafarers: employees on M.V. "Pelee Islander": 399; 
granted, 548. 
Dispute: 
Seafarers: CO appointed, 629; CB appointed, 803. 

Pembroke Electric Light Company Limited 
Dispute: 
Electrical Workers: CO appointed, 546; settlement, 692. 

Penner Highway Service See Neil Penner Highway Service 



Pacific and Arctic Railway and Navigation Company See 
White Pass and Yukon Route 

Pacific Western Airlines Limited 
Certification applications: 

Air Line Employees: Vancouver International Airport: 

267; representation vote, 631; granted, 746. 
Hotel and Restaurant Employees: 691. 
Machinists: maintenance department: request for review 

withdrawn, 267. 
Pacific Western Airlines Transport Employees' Association: 

representation vote, 631 ; granted, 746. 
Disputes: 

Air Line Dispatchers: Vancouver International Airport: 

CO appointed, 46; CB appointed, 268; settlement, 395. 
Air Line Pilots: Vancouver International Airport: CO 

appointed, 395; CB appointed, 547; CB fully constituted, 

693. 



Pinawa Fire Fighters Association 
Certification application: 
Atomic Energy of Canada Limited: firefighters, Whiteshell 
Nuclear Research Establishment, Pinawa, Man.: 121; 
granted, 266. 

Plumbing and Pipefitting Industry of the United States 
and Canada, United Association of Journeymen and 
Apprentices of the 
Certification application: 
Atomic Energy of Canada Limited: Whiteshell Nuclear 
Research Establishment: 50; granted, 192. 
Dispute: 
Atomic Energy of Canada Limited: Whiteshell Nuclear 
Research Establishment, Pinawa, Man.: CO appointed, 
546; CB appointed, 547; CB fully constituted, 628; 
CB report* 803 (Supplement No. 7, 1971); strike action, 
803. 

Poole Construction Limited 
Certification application: 
Carpenters and Joiners: 747. 



CERTIFICATION AND CONCILIATION PROCEEDINGS 



Porter Shipping Ltd. 
Dispute: 
Seafarers: CO appointed, 327; settlement, 395. 

J. P. Porter Company Limited 
Dispute: 

Marine and Shipbuilding Workers of Canada: settlement, 
122. 

P. L. Porter Trucking Ltd. 
Certification application: 

Teamsters: drivers and dockmen: 50; rejected, 192. 
Intervener, certification application: 

Railway, Transport and General Workers: rejected, 192. 

Professional Drivers Pool (Stephen Shiner) 
Certification application: 

Teamsters: granted, 49 (Reasons for Judgment, Supplement 
No. 9, 1970). 

Provost Cartage Inc. 
Certification application: 

L' Association des employes de Provost Cartage Inc.: 121; 
granted, 266. 
Dispute: 

Association of Employees of Provost Cartage Inc. : CO ap- 
pointed, 692. 

Public Service Alliance of Canada 
Certification application: 
Defence Construction (1951) Limited: Penhold, Alta., 

Shilo, Man., Borden, Ont., Debert, N.S.: 801. 
Disputes: 
Central Mortgage and Housing Corporation: Ottawa, Ont.: 

heating plant stationary engineers: CO appointed, 546; 

settlement, 627. 
Defence Construction (1951) Limited: employees at Cour- 

celette, Que., and Nanaimo, B.C.: CO appointed, 326; 

CB appointed, 395; CB fully constituted, 475; strike 

action, 629; strike terminated, 693. 
National Battlefields Commission: CO appointed, 394; 

settlement, 547. 
Royal Canadian Mint: CO appointed, 749; CB appointed, 

803. 
St. Lawrence Seaway Authority: engineering branch: CO 

appointed, 749. 

Pulp, Sulphite and Paper Mill Workers, International 
Brotherhood of 
Certification applications: 

Canadian International Paper Company: 476; granted, 630. 
Consolidated Bathurst Ltd.: 193; representation vote, 398; 

rejected, 690. 
Le Syndicat des travailleurs forestiers de l'U.C.C. de Gaspe: 

266; representation vote, 398; rejected, 690. 
Upper Ottawa Improvement Company: 476; granted, 630. 



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Dispute: 

Seafarers: CO appointed, 326; settlement, 547. 
Intervener, certification application: 

Steelworkers: rejected, 49. 

Quebec North Shore and Labrador Railway Company 
Certification applications: 

Machinists: request for review, 550; withdrawn, 801. 
United Transportation Union : request for review, 399. 
Dispute: 

United Transportation Union: CB report, 328 (Supplement 
No. 3, 1971); settlement, 397. 

Quebecair Inc. 

Certification application: 
Machinists: granted, 120. 

Queensway Tank Lines Limited 
Certification application: 

Teamsters: 476; rejected, 549. 



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Quebec Cartier Mining Company 
Certification application: 

Locomotive Engineers: rejected, 49. 



Radio and Television Employees of Canada, Association of 
Dispute: 

Canadian Broadcasting Corporation: CB report, 328 (Sup- 
plement No. 2, 1971); settlement, 397. 

Radio and Television Workers Union, United 
Dispute: 
CKAC Ltee: CO appointed, 46; CB not appointed, 268. 

Radio Atlantic Limited 
Dispute: 
Broadcast Employees: Station CFNB: dispute lapsed, 48. 

Radio Dartmouth Limited 
Certification application: 
Theatrical Stage Employees: representation vote, 49; 
rejected, 120. 

Radio-Drummond Limitfe 
Certification application: 

Syndicat des journalistes de Montreal: CHRD-AM and 
CHRD-FM: 121 ; granted, 397. 

Radio-Etchemin Inc. 
Dispute: 

Le Syndicat des employes de Radio-Etchemin: CO ap- 
pointed, 802. 

Radio Futura Limitee 
Dispute: 

Le Syndicat general de la radio (CSN) CKVL: CO ap- 
pointed, 122; settlement, 195. 

Radio Lac St- Jean Ltee 
Dispute: 
Broadcast Employees: CFGT: CO appointed, 546; CB 
appointed, 693; CB fully constituted, 750. 



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Radio Laval Inc. 

Certification application: 
Le Syndicat des journalistes de Montreal Inc. (CSN): 
CKLM: granted, 192. 
Intervener, certification application: 

L'Union des artistes de Montreal: granted, 192. 

Radio- Montreal Limitee 
Certification application: 

Syndicat des journalistes de Montreal: C.J.M.S.: 50; 
rejected, 329. 

Radio Nord Inc. 
Dispute: 
Broadcast Employees: CO appointed, 545; settlement, 627. 

Radio La Sarre Inc. 

Dispute: 
Broadcast Employees: CO appointed, 545; settlement, 627. 

Radio Sept-Iles Inc. 
Certification application: 

Machinists: CKCN: 193; rejected, 398. 

Radio Station CFRA Ltd. 
Certification application: 
Television and Radio Artists: representation vote, 193; 
granted, 266. 
Dispute: 

Television and Radio Artists: CO appointed, 474; CB 
appointed, 628; CB fully constituted, 693; 
settlement, 803. 
Intervener, certification application: 
Lowell Green (et al.): representation vote, 193; granted, 266. 

Radio-Trois-Rivieres Limitee 
Certification application : 
Syndicat des journalistes de Montreal Inc. (CSN): CJTR: 
50; granted, 328. 

Radiodiffusion Mutuelle Limitee 
Certification application: 
Syndicat des journalistes de Montreal: 50; rejected, 329. 

Railway, Airline and Steamship Clerks, Freight Handlers, 

Express and Station Employees, Brotherhood of 
Certification applications: 

Canadian Pacific Air Lines Limited: Transportation- 
Communication Division: 748. 

Northern Alberta Railways Company: clerical and telegraph 
employees: 549. 

Western Terminals Limited: loading and unloading railway 
cars and vessels: 329; withdrawn, 476. 

Western Terminals Limited: watchmen: 746; rejected, 800. 
Disputes: 

CP Air: clerical employees: Vancouver International 
Airport: CO appointed, 122; settlement, 327. 

Federal Grain Limited: CB appointed, 268; CB fully 
constituted, 327; settlement, 397. 

Manitoba Pool Elevators: CB appointed, 268; CB fully 
constituted, 327; settlement, 397. 



National Grain (1968) Limited: CB appointed, 268; CB 

fully constituted, 327; settlement, 397. 
National Harbours Board: Port of Quebec: CO appointed, 

326; CB appointed, 475; CB fully constituted, 628; settle- 
ment, 803. 
Parrish & Heimbecker Limited: CB appointed, 268; CB 

fully constituted, 327; settlement, 397. 
Richardson Terminals Limited: CB appointed, 268; CB 

fully constituted, 327; settlement, 397. 
Saskatchewan Wheat Pool: CB appointed, 268; CB fully 

constituted, 327; settlement, 397. 
United Grain Growers Limited: CB appointed, 268; CB 

fully constituted, 327; settlement, 397. 
Valleyfield Dock and Terminal Co. Ltd. : CO appointed, 395; 

settlement, 547. 
Westland Elevators Limited: CB appointed, 268; CB fully 

constituted, 327; settlement, 397. 

Railway, Transport and General Workers, Canadian 

Brotherhood of 
Certification applications: 

Canadian National Railways: Car Ferry Service, Sarnia, 
Ont.: licensed ships' officers: 746. 

Canadian National Railways: Car Ferry Service, Sarnia, 
Ont.: unlicensed employees, 746. 

Cogswell, Captain W. : cook-deckhands and deckhands: 549. 

Maurice Guillemette Inc.: 193; granted, 328. 

Lakehead Track Installation Ltd.: 549; granted, 690. 

Reimer Express Lines Ltd. : 631 ; rejected, 690. 

St. George Moving & Storage Ltd.: 399; granted, 548. 

Trailways of Canada Limited: 193; granted, 329. 

H.M. Trimble & Sons Ltd.: 399; granted, 548. 

Voyageur (1969) Inc.: cashiers and ticket sellers, Abitibi 
region: 801. 

Wallace Warehouse & Cartage Limited: 193; withdrawn, 
193. 
Disputes: 

B.C. Towboat Owners Association (certain member com- 
panies): settlement, 122. 

British Yukon Navigation Company Limited: CB report, 
123 (Supplement No. 9, 1970); settlement, 195. 

Canadian National Hotels Limited: Bessborough Hotel, 
Saskatoon, Sask. : CO appointed, 749; CB appointed, 803. 

Canadian National Hotels Limited. Chateau Laurier, 
Ottawa, Ont.: settlement, 195 (Supplement No. 1, 1971). 

Canadian National Hotels Limited: Fort Garry Hotel, 
Winnipeg, Man.: CO appointed, 749; CB appointed, 803. 

Canadian National Steamship Company Limited (Pacific 
Coast): CO appointed, 546; settlement, 546. 

Canadian Pacific Railway Company (British Columbia Lake 
& River Service): CO appointed, 546; CB appointed, 693; 
CB fully constituted, 750. 

Cape Breton Development Corporation: coal division: CO 
appointed, 194; settlement, 194. 

Coast Ferries Limited: CO appointed, 46; settlement, 268. 

Colonial Coach Lines Limited: CO appointed, 394; settle- 
ment, 547. 

Continental Explosives Limited: settlement, 122. 

Eastern Transport Limited: CO appointed, 394; settlement, 
749. 

Maurice Guillemette Inc.: CO appointed, 749. 

M.I.L. Tug & Salvage Limited: CO appointed, 268; settle- 
ment, 395. 



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Northland Shipping (1962) Ltd.: CB report, 48 (Supple- 
ment No. 9, 1970); settlement, 123. 

Trail ways of Canada Limited: CO appointed, 546; CB ap- 
pointed, 628. 

H.M. Trimble & Sons Ltd.: CO appointed, 749. 

Voyageur (1969) Inc. Abitibi Division: CO appointed, 802. 

Westward Shipping Limited: settlement, 395. 

F.M. Yorke & Son Limited: employees on M.V. "Lome 
Yorke": CB appointed, 268; CB fully constituted, 396; 
settlement, 629. 
Intervener, certification applications: 

P.L. Porter Trucking Ltd.: drivers and dockmen: rejected, 
192. 

Voyageur (1969) Inc.: representation vote, 398; granted, 
548; rejected, 549. 



Robin Hood Multifoods Limited 
Certification applications: 

Allied and Technical Workers: request for review (change 

of name): 121. 
Operating Engineers: request for review (change of name): 
121. 
Dispute: 

Meat Cutters: CO appointed, 326; settlement, 475. 

Royal Canadian Mint 
Dispute: 

Public Service Alliance of Canada: CO appointed, 749; CB 
appointed, 803. 



Reimer Express Lines Limited 
Certification application: 

Railway, Transport and General Workers: 631; rejected, 
690. 
Intervener, certification application: 
Teamsters: rejected, 690. 

Reimer Express (Pacific) Ltd. 
Certification application: 
Teamsters: 399; granted, 690. 

Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Union 
Dispute: 

National Feeds Limited: dispute lapsed, 328. 

Richardson Terminals Limited 
Dispute: 

Railway, Airline and Steamship Clerks: CB appointed, 268; 
CB fully constituted, 327; settlement, 397. 

Rivtow Straits Limited 
Certification application: 
Operating Engineers : 329. 

Roberval Express Ltee 
Certification application: 

Syndicat du transport Routier (CSN): request for review, 
50; request for review granted, 121; 266; withdrawn, 398. 
Dispute: 

Syndicat du transport Routier (CSN): CO appointed, 46; 
CB appointed, 268; settlement, 395. 
Intervener, certification application: 
Wayne Wilson (et al.): withdrawn, 398. 

Robin Hood Flour Mills Limited 
Certification application: 

Mine Workers: 121; Operating Engineers, Local 14580, 
District 50, Allied and Technical Workers: request for 
review (change of name to National Union of Operating 
Engineers, Local 14580, District 50, United Mine Workers 
of America). 
Dispute: 

Food and Allied Workers: CO appointed, 326; settlement, 
475. 



Sabena Belgian World Airlines 
Dispute: 

Transport Workers: settlement, 195. 

Saguenay Terminals Limited /Terminus Maritime du Sague- 
nay Ltee 
Certification application: 

Syndicat des employes de TAluminium du Canada Division 
Transport Port-Alfred : request for review, 329. 

St. Clair River Broadcasting Limited 
Certification application: 
Broadcast Employees: CKLW-TV, Windsor, Ont.: 549; 
granted, 630. 

St. Eustache Transport Inc. 
Dispute: 

Transport Drivers, Warehousemen and Helpers: CO ap- 
pointed, 748; settlement, 802. 

St. George Moving & Storage Ltd. 
Certification application: 

Railway, Transport and General Workers: 399; granted, 
548. 

St. Lawrence Seaway Authority 
Dispute: 

Public Service Alliance of Canada: CO appointed, 749. 

St. Lawrence Stevedoring Company Limited 
Certification application: 
Oil, Chemical and Atomic Workers: 631. 

Salaried Employees' Association (Marconi) 
Dispute: 

Canadian Marconi Company: CO appointed, 692. 

Saskatchewan Wheat Pool 
Dispute: 

Railway, Airline and Steamship Clerks: CB appointed, 268; 
CB fully constituted, 327; settlement, 397. 

Scandia Trucking Limited 
Dispute: 
Teamsters: CO appointed, 692. 



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Marine Limited: CO appointed, 327; settlement, 

CO appointed, 194; 



D.S. Scott Transport Limited 
Dispute: 
Teamsters: CO appointed, 394; settlement, 547. 

Seaboard Express Lines Limited 
Certification application: 
Teamsters: 801. 

Seafarers' International Union of Canada 
Certification applications: 

Agence Maritime Inc. : withdrawn, 476. 

La Compagnie de Navigation Desgagne Ltee: 121 ; rejected, 
398. 

Desgagnes Transport Inc.: granted, 120 (Reasons for Judg- 
ment, Supplement No. 1, 1971). 

Kent Line Limited: 746. 

Messagerie Cotiere Ltee: unlicensed personnel on M.V. 
"Cacouna": 801. 

The Pelee Shipping Company Limited: unlicensed em- 
ployees on M.V. "Pelee Islander": 399; granted, 548. 

Smit & Cory International Port Towage Ltd.: 801. 
Disputes: 

Alaska Trainship Corporation: CO appointed, 749; CB 
appointed, 749. 

B.C. Towboat Owners' Association: settlement, 48; 123. 

Cadwell 
395. 

Canadian Lake Carriers' Association: 
settlement, 395. 

Canadian National Steamship Company Limited: settle- 
ment, 268. 

Canadian Pacific Railway Company: S.S. "Princess of 
Acadia", Bay of Fundy Service: CB fully constituted, 47; 
CB report, 268 (Supplement No. 2, 1971); settlement, 629. 

J. Wilfrid Grenier: settlement, 47. 

Messabec Limitee: settlement, 47. 

Northland Navigation Company Limited: CB report, 48 
(Supplement No. 9, 1970); settlement, 123. 

North Shipping & Transportation Limited: CO appointed, 
474; settlement, 546. 

Pelee Shipping Company Limited: CO appointed, 692; CB 
appointed, 803. 

Porter Shipping Ltd.: CO appointed, 327; settlement, 395. 

Quebec Cartier Mining Company: CO appointed, 326; 
settlement, 547. 

Transport Desgagnes Inc.: CO appointed, 326; CB not ap- 
pointed, 629; strike action, 693. 
Intervener, certification application: 

Agence Maritime Inc.: withdrawn, 476. 

Seaspan International Limited 
Certification application: 

Woodworkers : request for review, 399. 

Robert Sentineal Moving & Storage Limited 
Certification applications: 

Teamsters: 266; withdrawn, 398; 399; granted, 548. 
Intervener, certification application: 

Oscar Kowch (et al.): withdrawn, 398. 

Service Employees' International Union 
Certification application: 
Nation-Wide Interior Maintenance Co. Ltd. : cleaning con- 
tract at CN head office and Central Station, Montreal: 
399; granted, 548. 



Dispute: 

Canadian Broadcasting Corporation: Ottawa, Local 183; 
Toronto, Local 204: CO appointed, 627; CB appointed, 
693; CB fully constituted, 750. 

Stephen Shiner (Professional Drivers' Pool) 
Certification application: 
Teamsters: granted, 49 (Reasons for Judgment, Supplement 
No. 9, 1970). 

Shorty's Transport Ltd. 
Certification application: 
Teamsters: 747. 

D. Singleton (et al.) 

Intervener, certification application: 

Electrical Workers: representation vote, 120; rejected, 192. 

Skinner School Bus Lines (St. Thomas) Limited See Charter- 
ways Company Limited 

Smit & Cory International Port Towage Limited 
Certification application: 
Seafarers: 801. 

Speedy Storage and Cartage Limited 

Dispute: 

Truckers, Cartagemen, Construction and Building Material 
Employees: CO appointed, 267; settlement, 327. 

Stanrock Uranium Mines Limited 
Dispute: 
Steelworkers: CO appointed, 122; settlement, 195. 

Steel workers of America, United 
Certification applications: 

Dominion Catering Company Limited: employees on prop- 
erties of Giant Yellowknife Mines Limited: Yellowknife, 
NWT: 746; granted, 800. 

Venus Mines Ltd. (N.P.L.): operations in Carcross, Yukon 
Territory: granted, 49. 
Disputes: 

Cominco Limited: Con and Rycon Operations, Yellowknife, 
NWT: settlement, 46. 

Cominco Limited: Pine Point Operation, Pine Point, 
NWT: CO appointed, 394; settlement, 628. 

Eldorado Nuclear Limited: CO appointed, 267; CB ap- 
pointed, 475; CB fully constituted, 629; CB report, 750 
(Supplement No. 6, 1971); strike action, 750. 

Giant Yellowknife Mines Limited: CO appointed, 46; 
settlement, 195. 

Stanrock Uranium Mines Limited: CO appointed, 122: 
settlement, 195. 

United Keno Hill Mines Limited: settlement, 268. 
Intervener, certification application: 

Quebec Cartier Mining Company: rejected, 49. 

Straits Towing Limited 
Certification application: 

Operating Engineers: 329; granted, 630. 

Strathroy Flour Mills Limited 
Certification application: 
Grain Millers: granted, 49. 



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Sudbury Airport Commission 
Certification application: 

Canadian Union of Public Employees: 399; withdrawn, 
476; received, 476; granted, 630. 

Sudbury Broadcasting Company Limited 
Certification application: 

Broadcast Employees: 50; granted, 476. 
Dispute: 

Broadcast Employees: CO appointed, 802. 

Superintendence Company (Canada) Ltd. 
Certification application: 

Longshoremen and Warehousemen: 631; rejected, 746. 

Supra vox Corporation Limitee 
Certification application: 
Syndicat des journalistes de Montreal Inc. (CSN): 50; 
granted, 328. 

Le Syndicat de la Radio (CSN) 
Dispute: 

Radio Futura Limitee: CKVL: CO appointed, 122; settle- 
ment, 195. 

Le Syndicat des Chauffeurs de Voyageur Provincial 
Certification application: 

Voyageur (1969) Inc.: 266; representation vote, 398; 
granted, 548; rejected, 549. 
Intervener, certification application: 
Voyageur (1969) Inc.: representation vote, 398; granted, 
548 ; rejected, 549. 

Le Syndicat des Employes de l'Aluminium du Canada 

Limitee 
Certification applications: 

Aluminium du Canada Limitee: longshoremen and main- 
tenance men, lineman-tug and other employees, Port- 
Alfred, Que.: 746. 

Aluminium du Canada Limitee: patrolmen and gatemen, 
Port-Alfred, Que. : 746. 

Saguenay Terminals Limited /Terminus Maritime du Sague- 
nay Ltee: request for review, 329. 

Le Syndicat des Employes de l' Aviation Regionale (CSN) 
Certification application: 

Gagnon Air Service Limited: pilots, mechanics' helpers and 
clerks: granted, 192. 

Le Syndicat des Employes de Radio-Etchemin (CFLS) 
Dispute: 

Radio-Etchemin Inc. (CFLS): CO appointed, 802. 

Le Syndicat des Employes de Terminus du Transport 
Voyageur (CSN) 
Intervener, certification application: 

Voyageur (1969) Inc.: rejected, 690; request for review, 748. 

Le Syndicat des Employes du Transport Provincial (CSN) 
Certification application: 

Voyageur (1969) Inc.: chauffeurs: 193; withdrawn, 267. 
Intervener, certification application: 

Voyageur (1969) Inc.: granted, 548. 



Le Syndicat des Employes de Transport Provincial (CSN) 
Intervener, certification application: 
Voyageur (1969) Inc.: granted, 548. 

Le Syndicat des Employes Metropolitain Provincial (CSN) 
Intervener, certification application: 

Metropolitain Provincial (1967) Inc.: 329; representation 
vote, 549 (Reasons for Judgment, Supplement No. 5, 
1971); rejected, 630. 

Le Syndicat des Employes salaries de l'Aluminium du Canada 
Limitee 
Certification application: 

Aluminium du Canada Limitee: clerks, tug captains and 
office employees, Port-Alfred, Que. : 746. 

Le Syndicat des Journalistes de Montreal Inc. (CSN) 
Certification applications: 

CJMS Radio-Montreal Limitee: 50; rejected, 329. 
Radio-Drummond Limitee: CHRD-AM and CHRD-FM: 

121; granted, 397. 
Radio Laval Inc.: CKLM: granted, 192. 
Radio-Montreal: CJMS: 50; rejected, 329. 
Radio Station CHEF, Granby, Que. : representation vote, 

49; granted, 120. 
Radio-Trois-Rivieres Limitee: CJTR: 50; granted, 328. 
Radiodiffusion Mutuelle Limitee: 50; rejected, 329. 
Societe d'Electronique Nortel Limitee: 50; rejected, 329. 
Supravox Corporation Limitee: 50; granted, 328. 
La Voix de l'Est Limitee: CHEF: representation vote, 49; 
granted, 120. 
Dispute: 

CKJL Radio-Laurentides Inc.: CO appointed, 326; 
settlement, 628. 
Intervener, certification application: 

L'Union des Artistes de Montreal: granted, 192. 

Le Syndicat des Travailleurs Forestiers de l'U.C.C. de 
Gaspe 
Certification application: 

Consolidated-Bathurst Limited: 266; representation vote, 
398; granted, 690. 
Intervener, certification application: 

Consolidated-Bathurst Limited: representation vote, 398; 
rejected, 690. 

Le Syndicat du Transport Routier (CSN) 
Certification application: 

Roberval Express Limitee: request for review, 50; request 
for review granted, 121; 266; withdrawn, 398. 
Dispute: 

Roberval Express Ltee: CO appointed, 46; CB appointed, 
268; settlement, 395. 
Intervener, certification application: 
Wayne Wilson (et al.): withdrawn, 398. 

Le Syndicat general de la radio (CSN) CKVL 
Dispute: 

Radio Futura Ltee (CKVL-AM, CKVL-FM):CO appointed, 
122; settlement, 195. 

Le Syndicat general du cinema et de la television (CSN) 
Dispute: 

Canadian Broadcasting Corporation: CB fully constituted, 
123; CB report, 475 (Supplement No. 4, 1971); settle- 
ment, 547. 



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Le Syndicat national des employes de l'alimentation en 
gros de Quebec Inc. 
Certification application : 
G. Gagne Transport Ltee: 801. 

Le Syndicat national des employes de l' Aluminium de Baie 
Comeau 
Certification application: 

La Societe Canadienne des Metaux Reynolds Ltee: 691. 

Le Syndicat national des employes du Port de Montreal 
(CSN) 
Dispute: 

National Harbours Board: Port of Montreal: cold storage, 
warehouse and refrigeration engineers: CO appointed, 692. 

Le Syndicat national des employes du transport en com- 
mun de la Mauricie (CSN) 
Intervener, certification application: 
Voyageur (1969) Inc.: granted, 548. 



Teamsters, Chauffeurs, Warehousemen and Helpers of 
America, International Association of 
Certification applications: 
A & A Trucking Ltd. : 747. 

Arrow Transfer Company Limited: 691; granted, 800. 
Atlantic Automobile Transport Limited: 399; withdrawn, 

476; received, 477; granted, 548. 
Atomic Energy of Canada Limited: guards, Chalk River 

Nuclear Laboratories: 801. 
Bekins Moving & Storage Company (Alberta) Limited: 

rejected, 120. 
Bekins Moving & Storage Company Limited: Vancouver 

Terminal: 691 ; granted, 800. 
Borisko Brothers (Quebec) Limited: 801. 
J. Brault Inc. : granted, 49. 
British Yukon Railway Company: White Pass and Yukon 

Route: 50; rejected, 266; 329; granted, 398. 
John N. Brockelsby Transport Limited: 193; granted, 397. 
Bulk Carriers Limited: granted, 49. 
Byers Transport Limited: 549; granted, 630. 
Canadian Freightways Limited: 747. 

Commercial Truck Company Limited: 691; granted, 800. 
Les Demenagements Cote Limited: 399; granted, 548. 
Doman-Marpole Transport Ltd.: 691. 
Gill Alltrans Express Limited: 747. 
Hill Security Limited: 476; granted, 690. 
Humphrey Construction Limited: 121; granted, 397. 
Imperial Roadways Limited: 801. 
Johnston Terminals Ltd.: 747. 
Kingsway Freightlines Ltd. : 747. 
Little Chief B-Line Express Limited: 747. 
Loiselle Transport Limited: 747. 
M & P Transport (Western) Ltd. : 747. 
MacKay's Transport Company Limited: 801. 
Metropolitain Provincial (1967) Inc.: 329; representation 

vote, 549 (Reasons for Judgment, Supplement No. 5, 

1971); rejected, 630. 
Meyers Transport Limited: Peterborough, Ont.: 631. 
Meyers Transport Limited: Campbellford, Ont.: request 

for review, 691 ; 747. 



Millar & Brown Ltd. : 747. 

Northern Quebec Transport Inc.: 399; rejected, 549. 

O.N.C Motor Freight System: 691; granted, 800. 

Pan American World Airways Inc.: representation vote, 
193; granted, 328. 

P.L. Porter Trucking Ltd.: 50; rejected, 192. 

Professional Drivers' Pool (Stephen Shiner): granted, 49 
(Reasons for Judgment, Supplement No. 9, 1970). 

Queensway Tank Lines Limited: 476; rejected, 549. 

Reimer Express (Pacific) Limited: 399; granted, 690. 

Seaboard Express Lines Limited: 801. 

Robert Sentineal Moving & Storage Limited: 266; with- 
drawn, 398; 399; granted, 548. 

Shiner, Stephen (Professional Drivers' Pool): granted, 49 
(Reasons for Judgment, Supplement No. 9, 1970). 

Shorty's Transport Ltd. : 747. 

Somavrac Inc. : granted, 49. 

Soo-Security Motorways Ltd.: 691 ; granted, 800. 

T.I.M.E.-D.C. Inc.: 691; granted, 800. 

Vanstor Transport Co. Ltd.: 631; granted. 746. 

Voyageur (1969) Inc.: drivers: 193; 266; withdrawn, 267; 
representation vote, 398 (Reasons for Judgment, Supple- 
ment No. 4, 1971); granted, 548; rejected, 549. 

Voyageur (1969) Inc.: telephone operators: 549; rejected, 
690; request for review, 748; 801 (Reasons for Judgment). 

La Voix de l'Est Limitee: representation vote, 49; granted, 
120. 

White Pass& Yukon Route: 50; rejected, 266; 329; granted, 
398. 

Wilson's Truck Lines: 266; withdrawn, 398. 

Disputes: 

Boyd's Express Limited: CO appointed, 122; settlement, 327. 
Buffalo and Fort Erie Public Bridge Authority: CB fully 

constituted, 47; CB report, 195 (Supplement No. 1, 1971); 

settlement, 328. 
Bulk Carriers Limited: CO appointed, 326; settlement, 628. 
Chapman Transport Limited: office and clerical employees: 

CO appointed, 46; CB not appointed, 268; settlement, 327. 
Chapman Transport Limited: operating and maintenance 

employees: CO appointed, 194; settlement, 327. 
Dawson Construction Ltd.: CO appointed, 546. 
Les Demenagements Cote Ltee: CO appointed, 802. 
General Enterprises Ltd.: (Yukon Builders' Exchange and 

Contractors' Association): CO appointed, 546. 
Humphrey Construction Ltd.: CO appointed, 546. 
Hunt Transport Limited: CB report, 48 (Supplement No. 8, 

1970); settlement, 123. 
G.W. Ledingham (Yukon) Limited: CO appointed, 546. 
Liard Construction Limited: CO appointed, 546. 
M & P Transport Limited : Toronto Terminal : CO appointed, 

474; CB not appointed, 547; strike action, 629. 
McNeil Transport Limited: CO appointed, 122; settlement, 

268. 
Motor Transport Industrial Relations Bureau of Ontario, 

Inc.: (1) certain carhauling companies: settlement, 123. 

(2) drivers and maintenance employees: CO appointed, 

627; CB appointed, 693; CB fully constituted, 750; 

CB report, 803 (Supplement No. 7, 1971). 
Neil Penner Highway Service: CB fully constituted, 47; 

CB report, 396 (Supplement No. 3, 1971); dispute lapsed, 

629. 
918 Construction Ltd.: CO appointed, 546; settlement, 749. 
Northern Industrial Carriers Limited: CO appointed, 627; 

CB appointed, 692; CB fully constituted, 750. 



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Norton-Cargon Limited: settlement, 47. 

Omstead Refrigerated Transportation Limited: CO ap- 
pointed, 546; settlement, 692. 

O.N.C. Motor Freight System: CO appointed, 394; settle- 
ment, 547. 

Pan American World Airways Inc. : CO appointed, 749. 

Neil Penner Highway Service: CB fully constituted, 47; 
CB report, 396 (Supplement No. 3, 1971); dispute lapsed, 
629. 

St. Eustache Transport Inc.: CO appointed, 748; settlement, 
802. 

Scandia Trucking Ltd.: CO appointed, 692. 

D.S. Scott Transport Ltd.: CO appointed, 394; settlement, 
547. 

Speedy Storage and Cartage Limited: CO appointed, 267; 
settlement, 327. 

Soo-Security Motorways Ltd.: CO appointed, 394; settle- 
ment, 547. 

T.I.M.E.-D.C. Trucking Inc.: CO appointed, 394; settle- 
ment, 547. 

Western Cartage and Storage (1962) Ltd.: CO appointed, 
267; settlement, 327. 

Yukon Builders' Exchange and Contractors' Association: 
CO appointed, 546. 

Zenith Transport Ltd.: CO appointed, 627; settlement, 749. 
Intervener, certification applications: 

Brady, Patrick (et al.): 266; withdrawn, 398. 

Employees' Industrial Council (Toronto Branch): granted, 
49. 

Kowch, Oscar (et al.): withdrawn, 398. 

Reimer Express Ltd. : rejected, 690. 

Voyageur (1969) Inc.: 193; 266; withdrawn, 267; represen- 
tation vote, 398 (Reasons for Judgment, Supplement 
No. 4, 1971); granted, 548; rejected, 549. 

Clarence J. Wood (et al.): 50; rejected, 266. 

Telegram Printing & Publishing Co. Ltd. 
Certification application: 
Broadcast Employees: Radio Station CKTS, Sherbrooke, 
Que. : request for review, 800. 
Dispute: 

Broadcast Employees: Radio Station CKTS, Sherbrooke, 
Que.: CO appointed, 748; CB appointed. 803. 

Telegraph Workers, United 
Certification application: 

Canadian National Railways: Telecommunications Depart- 
ment, Toronto, Ont.: withdrawn, 476; 631. 

Telephone Workers of British Columbia, Federation of 
Certification application: 

British Columbia Telephone Company: Vancouver, B.C.: 
request for review, 50; withdrawn, 193; request for 
review, 550. 



Terminus Maritime Inc. 
Certification application : 

Longshoremen: Port of Montreal: 631. 

Territorial Transport (1968) Limited 
Certification application: 

Territorial Transport (1968) Limited Drivers' Association: 
631. 

Territorial Transport (1968) Limited Drivers' Association 
Certification application: 

Territorial Transport (1968) Limited: 631. 

Theatrical Stage Employees and Moving Picture Machine 
Operators of the United States and Canada, Inter- 
national Alliance of 
Certification applications: 
Cape Breton Broadcasters Limited: CJCB-TV: 550; 

rejected, 690. 
Radio Dartmouth Limited: representation vote, 49; rejected, 
120. 
Disputes: 
Baton Broadcasting Limited: CFTO-TV: CO appointed, 

46; settlement, 327. 
Cape Breton Broadcasters Limited: CJCB and OCX: CO 
appointed, 474; settlement, 802. 

T.I.M.E.-D.C. Inc. 

Certification application: 
Teamsters: 691 ; granted, 800. 

T.I.M.E.-D.C. Trucking Inc. 

Dispute: 

Teamsters: CO appointed, 394; settlement, 547. 

Toronto Newspaper Guild 
Dispute: 
Baton Broadcasting Limited: CFTO-TV: CO appointed, 
46; settlement, 395. 

Traffic Employees' Association 
Dispute: 
Bell Canada: CO appointed, 692; CB appointed, 749; CB 
fully constituted, 803. 

Trailways of Canada Limited 
Certification applications: 
Bus Drivers: Travelways: 121; withdrawn, 267. 
Railway, Transport and General Workers: 193 ; granted, 329. 

Dispute: 
Railway, Transport and General Workers: CO appointed, 
546; CB appointed, 628. 



Television and Radio Artists, Association of Canadian 
Certification application: 

Radio Station CFRA Ltd.: representation vote, 193; 
granted, 266. 
Dispute: 

CFRA Limited: CO appointed, 474; CB appointed, 628; 
CB fully constituted, 693; settlement, 803. 
Intervener, certification application: 

Lowell Green (et al.): representation vote, 193; granted, 266. 



Transair Limited 
Dispute: 

Machinists: CO appointed, 394; settlement, 628. 

Transport Desgagnes Inc. 
Dispute: 
Seafarers: CO appointed, 326; CB not appointed, 629; 
strike action, 693. 



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Transport Workers Union of America 
Dispute: 

Sabena Belgian World Airlines; settlement, 195. 

Transportation Union, United See United Transportation 
Union 

Travelways See Trailways of Canada Limited 

H.M. Trimble & Sons Ltd. 
Certification applications: 
Operating Engineers: 476; rejected, 630. 
Railway, Transport and General Workers: 399; granted, 
548. 
Dispute: 

Railway, Transport and General Workers: CO appointed, 
749. 

Tugwell, Raymond (et al.) 

Intervener, certification application: 

Canadian Autocare Limited: representation vote, 266; 
rejected, 329. 

Tyler Transport Limited 
Certification application: 

Meat Cutters and Butcher Workmen: representation vote, 
49; rejected, 120. 



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United Mine Workers of America See Mine Workers of 
America, United 

United Radio and Television Workers See Radio and 
Television Workers, United 

United Steelworkers of America See Steelworkers of 
America, United 

United Telegraph Workers See Telegraph Workers, United 

United Transportation Union 
Certification applications: 

Ontario Northland Railway: representation vote, 121; 

rejected, 266. 
Quebec North Shore and Labrador Railway Company: 
request for review, 399. 
Dispute: 

Quebec North Shore and Labrador Railway Company: CB 
report, 328 (Supplement No. 3, 1971); settlement, 397. 

Upper Lakes Shipping Limited 
Dispute: 

Canadian Labour Congress (federal union 23736): Grain 
Elevator Division: CO appointed, 474; settlement, 628. 

Upper Ottawa Improvement Company 
Certification application: 

Pulp, Sulphite and Paper Mill Workers: 476; granted, 630. 



L'TJnion des Artistes de Montreal 
Intervener, certification application: 

Radio Laval Inc.: Radio Station CKLM: granted, 192. 



L'Union des Employes de Service d'Edifices 
Certification application: 
Nation-Wide Interior Maintenance Co. Ltd. : 



121. 



United Association of Journeymen and Apprentices of the 
Plumbing and Pipe Fitting Industry of the U.S. and 
Canada See Plumbing and Pipe Fitting Industry of the 
U.S. and Canada . . . 

United Automobile, Aircraft and Agricultural Implement 
Workers of America See Automobile, Aerospace and 
Agricultural Implement Workers of America, United 

United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners of America 
See Carpenters and Joiners of America, United 
Brotherhood of 

United Grain Growers Limited 
Certification application: 

Meat Cutters and Butcher Workmen: granted, 120. 
Disputes : 

Meat Cutters and Butcher Workmen: Seed Department, 

Western Region: CO appointed, 394; settlement, 547. 
Railway, Airline and Steamship Clerks: CB appointed, 268; 
CB fully constituted, 327; settlement, 397. 

United Keno Hill Mines Limited 
Dispute: 

Steelworkers : settlement, 268. 



Valleyfield Dock and Terminal Co. Ltd. 
Dispute: 

Railway, Airline and Steamship Clerks: CO appointed, 395; 
settlement, 547. 

Vancouver Tug Boat Co. Ltd. (Seaspan International 
Ltd.) 
Certification application: 

Woodworkers: request for review, 399. 

Vanstor Transport Co. Ltd. 
Certification application: 
Teamsters: 631 ; granted, 746. 



Venus Mines Limited 
Certification application: 
Steelworkers: operations 
granted, 49. 



in Carcross, Yukon Territory: 



La Voix de L'Est Limitee 
Certification application: 

Le Syndicat des journalistes de Montreal Inc. (CSN): 
CHEF: Granby: representation vote, 49; granted, 120. 

Voyageur (1969) Inc. 
Certification applications: 

Railway, Transport and General Workers: cashiers and 

ticket-sellers, Abitibi region: 801. 
Le Syndicat des chauffeurs de Voyageur Provincial (CSN): 
266; representation vote, 398 (Reasons for Judgment, 
Supplement No. 4, 1971); granted, 548; rejected, 549. 



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Le Syndicat des employes du Transport Provincial (CSN): 
chauffeurs: 193; withdrawn, 267; granted, 548; rejected, 
549. 

Teamsters: drivers: 193; 266; withdrawn, 267; represen- 
tation vote, 398 (Reasons for Judgment, Supplement 
No. 4, 1971); granted, 548; rejected, 549. 

Teamsters: telephone operators: 549; rejected, 690; request 
for review, 748; Reasons for Judgment, 801. 
Disputes: 

Railway, Transport and General Workers: Abitibi Division: 
CO appointed, 802. 

Teamsters: CO appointed, 692; CB appointed, 803. 
Intervener, certification applications: 

Railway, Transport and General Workers: representation 
vote, 398; granted, 548; rejected, 549. 

Le syndicat des chauffeurs de Voyageur Provincial (CSN): 
266; representation vote, 398 (Reasons for Judgment, 
Supplement No. 4, 1971); granted, 548; rejected, 549. 

Le syndicat des employes de terminus du Transport Voya- 
geur (CSN): telephone operators: rejected, 690; request 
for review, 748; Reasons for Judgment, 801. 

Le syndicat des employes du Transport Provincial (CSN) 
Section Chauffeurs — Division Voyageur: granted, 548. 

Le syndicat national des employes du Transport en commun 
de la Mauricie: granted, 548. 

Teamsters: withdrawn, 267; representation vote, 398; 
granted, 548; rejected, 549. 

Teamsters: drivers: granted, 549. 



White Pass & Yukon Route 
Certification application: 
Teamsters: operating employees: Pacific and Arctic Railway 
and Navigation Company; British Columbia-Yukon 
Railway Company; British Yukon Railway Company; 
British Yukon Navigation Company, Limited: 50; 
rejected, 266. 
Intervener, certification application: 

Clarence J. Wood (et al.): Teamsters: 50; rejected, 266. 

Whitehorse, City of 
Dispute: 
Operating Engineers: CO appointed, 46; settlement, 195. 

Wilson, Wayne (et al.) 

Intervener, certification application: 

Roberval Express Limited: withdrawn, 398. 

Wilson's Truck Lines 
Certification application: 

Teamsters: 266; withdrawn, 398. 
Intervener, certification application: 

Patrick Brady (et al.): withdrawn, 398. 

Wood, Clarence J. (et al.) 

Intervener, certification application: 

British Yukon Railway Company (White Pass and Yukon 
Route): 50; rejected, 266. 



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Wallace Warehouse & Cartage Limited 
Certification application: 

Railway, Transport and General Workers: 193; withdrawn, 
193. 



Woodworkers of America, International 
Certification applications: 

Seaspan International Ltd. (Vancouver Tug Boat Co. Ltd.): 
request for review, 399. 



Wardair Canada Ltd. 
Certification applications: 
Air Line Flight Attendants: stewardesses: 549; granted, 630. 
Machinists: 691. 

West Coast Transmission Company Limited 
Certification application: 
Oil, Chemical and Atomic Workers: 801. 

Western Cartage and Storage (1962) Limited 
Dispute: 

Teamsters: CO appointed, 267; settlement, 327. 



Western Terminals Limited 
Certification application: 

Railway, Airline and Steamship Clerks: 
476; 746; rejected, 800. 



329; withdrawn. 



Westland Elevators Limited 
Disputes: 

Railway, Airline and Steamship Clerks: CB appointed, 268; 
CB fully constituted, 327; settlement, 397. 

Westward Shipping Limited 
Dispute: 

Railway, Airline and Steamship Clerks: settlement, 395. 



Yellowknife Public School Board 
Dispute: 
Northwest Territories' Teachers' Association : CO appointe d, 
546. 

F.M. Yorke & Son Limited 
Dispute: 

Railway, Transport and General Workers: employees on 
M.V. "Lome Yorke": CB appointed, 268; CB fully 
constituted, 396; settlement, 629. 

Yukon Builders' Exchange and Contractors' Association 
Disputes: 

Building Material, Construction and Fuel Truck Drivers: 
Yukon Enterprises Ltd. and Yukon Ready Mix Company: 
CO appointed, 326; settlement, 475. 

Carpenters and Joiners: General Enterprises Ltd., G.W. 
Ledingham (Yukon) Ltd., Humphrey Construction Ltd. 
and 918 Construction Ltd.: CO appointed, 474; settle- 
ment, 749. 

Operating Engineers: General Enterprises Ltd., G.W. 
Ledingham (Yukon) Ltd., Humphrey Construction Ltd., 
918 Construction Ltd. and Liard Construction Ltd.: 
CO appointed, 546; settlement, 749. 



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Teamsters: General Enterprises Ltd., G.W. Ledingham 

(Yukon) Ltd., Dawson Construction Ltd., Humphrey 

Construction Ltd., 918 Construction Ltd. and Liard 
Construction Ltd. : CO appointed, 546. 

Yukon Construction Company Limited 
Certification applications : 

Carpenters and Joiners : granted, 1 20. 

Operating Engineers: 477; granted, 746. 
Dispute : 

Carpenters and Joiners: CO appointed, 474. 



Yukon Enterprises Limited See Yukon Builders' Exchange 
and Contractors' Association 

Yukon Ready Mix Company See Yukon Builders' Exchange 
and Contractors' Association 



Zenith Transport Limited 
Dispute: 
Teamsters: CO appointed, 627; settlement, 749. 



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